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'^siovwxl Commission 

NORTH CAROLINA j 

ICHRISTIAN MISSIONARY CONVENTION % 

C.C.WARE WILSON.N.C. 

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Useful Reference Series No. 49 



CHECKLIST OF 
SOUTHERN PERIODICALS TO 1861 



Checklist of Southern Periodicals 
to 1861 



BY 



GERTRUDE C. GILMER 



PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH 

Georgia State Wotnans College at 
Valdosta, Georgia 



THE F. W. FAXON COMPANY 

BOSTON 

1934 






DISCIPLIANA LIBRARY 
ATLANTIC CHRIST/AM COLLE 
WILSON, |\|. C. 



Copyright by 

The F. W. Faxon Company 

1934 



PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
BY THE RIVERDALE PRESS, BROOKLINE, MASS. 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Introduction 7 

Abbreviations .13 

Map 14 

Reference to Map 15 

Checklist of Southern Periodicals 

Section I — Titles arranged alphabetically 17 

Section II — Titles arranged by States . 67 

Section III — Titles arranged chronologically . 103 



Introduction 



The following checklist attempts to give the titles 
of periodicals published in the sixteen Southern states 
— Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, 
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North 
Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, 
Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of 
Columbia — from their beginnings, as here reported, 
in 1764 to 1861. The titles are given with (1) place of 
imprint, (2) periodicity, and (3) dates of first and last 
issues when files could be located to determine these 
facts. Bibliographical details of pagination and illus- 
tration are not recorded. Only the most important 
title variations are given. 

The ultimate objective for which this checklist has 
been in preparation for several years is a history of 
Southern literary magazines. But during the inves- 
tigation which has gone forward with uneven intensity, 
numerous requests by researchers, by historical so- 
cieties, and by librarians, have been made for all or 
part of the checklist and collations here reported; 
therefore it seems desirable to report the findings up 
to date. 

In the classification of material, the term periodical 
or magazine has been applied in the main to subject 
matter rather than format, periodicity, or other 
devices. Since the period was not one of specialization 
in publications, the specific periodical all too fre- 
quently offered a particular question. Possibly the 
most exacting problem in classification was the weekly 
which I included if its contents took on the nature of 
a magazine. However, for some users of the checklist 
the newspaper-magazine may not mark such a wide 
diversion from the connotation as the essay-periodical 
or essay-journal-magazine which is probably best 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 



represented here by Vigil and Trateur of Charleston, 
S. C. In order to meet the demands of their readers, 
the editors apparently tried to make their magazines 
eclectic and encyclopedic. One of the earliest with a 
title suggesting this diversity was — General Magazine 
and Impartial Review, Baltimore, Md. 

Frances Trollope (1780—1863) in Domestic Manners 
of the Americans (Vol. l.pp. 128-129, Dodd, Mead, and 
Co., 1904) wrote: "The fact is, that throughout all 
ranks of society, from the successful merchant, which 
is the highest, to the domestic serving man, which is 
the lowest, they are all too actively employed to read, 
except at such broken moments as may suffice for a 
peep at a newspaper. It is for this reason, I presume, 
that every American newspaper is more or less a 
magazine, wherein the merchant may scan, while he 
holds out his hard for an invoice, 'Stanzas by Mrs. 
Hemans', or a garbled extract from Moore's Life of 
Byron; the lawyer may study his brief faithfully, and 
yet contrive to pick up the valuable dictum of some 
American critic, that 'Bulwer's novels are decidedly 
superior to Sir Walter Scott's' ". 

In spite of Mrs. Trollope's opinion that every news- 
paper was more or less a magazine, the following 
exclusions have been made: newspapers, annuals, 
almanacs, gift books, law reports and digests, alumni 
and undergraduate publications, administrative and 
legislative serials. 

Several magazine titles are included in the checklist, 
although copies could not be located, for the critical 
comments or the prospectuses in contemporaries gave 
indubitable evidence of their existence and nature. 
Among the elusive were — Quiver, Texian Monthly, 
Georgia Gazette, Mountain Cone Journal, and Tramon- 
tane Magazine. 

With the project at its present stage of development, 
it is rather difficult to draw many conclusions. But 
apparently the periodical in the South, as elsewhere, 
may be regarded as a chart recording regularly and 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 



frequently the interests of the average educated intel- 
ligence of its readers, and reflecting their varying 
tastes and opinions. In addition there emerges in the 
study the fact that in the periodicals are first seen the 
changes that mark the progressive steps in the liter- 
ature of the South. 

In the excerpts from salutatory comments and pros- 
pectuses there is evident a spirited sectional pride and 
earnest desire to give Southern writers a medium for 
publication and thereby further Southern literature. 
A discussion of the extent to which the early literary 
magazine encouraged and in some instances provided 
Southern writers with a medium for publication has 
been reserved for a separate study. Certainly the 
Southern ante bellum magazine, although conducted 
sometimes in a spirit of immoderate local pride, must 
have done much for the expansion of a national lit- 
erature. It is obvious that these numerous ventures 
cannot be disregarded in the literary and social 
development of the South. 

By the act of 1793 the government began to en- 
courage magazines and newspapers by reducing post- 
age. As there were no copyright laws, much of the 
miscellaneous material was copied from British into 
Northern, and from Northern into Southern periodi- 
cals. Many of the contributions were made by a 
local literary coterie, and occasionally the editor had 
to write all that he did not get by pirating. The 
South was sparsely settled without the urban contacts 
conducive to literary discrimination; therefore the 
early literary magazines ran a brief and uncertain 
course. 

Of the seven hundred and fifty-seven periodicals 
listed in this checklist only a hundred continued after 
the beginning of the Civil War. Of this number 
fourteen expired between 1861 and 1S65. Thirty-four 
of the hundred are still being published today. 
Twenty-two of the thirty-four are religious, four tech- 
nical, and three agricultural. Not one of the Southern 



10 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

ante bellum literary magazines has continued to the 
present time. Sixteen of the entire list started in the 
eighteenth century. Beginning with the nineteenth 
century for six decades there was a decided increase: 
from 1800-1810, 26; 1810-1820, 44; 1820-1830, 88; 
1830-1840,138; 1840-1850,193; 1850-1860, 232; and 
in 1860 alone there were 20 which started publication. 
The chief centers of production were — Baltimore, 
Washington, Nashville, Richmond, Charleston, Louis- 
ville, New Orleans, Lexington, and Atlanta. 

Although most of the Southern periodicals of the 
ante bellum period did not pay, they rendered a dis- 
tinct service. Futile as the early experiments seemed, 
and slight as was their reward, for there was the fre- 
quent contrasting of Northern successes as judged by 
subscription lists, their files are repositories for the 
study of Southern civilization. 

The original element in this checklist consists in 
the re -discovery of certain titles hitherto overlooked 
or neglected. The discovery has usually come about, 
if not by accident, yet incidentally, and frequently in 
an advertisement of a prospectus. As often as not 
the prospectus might prove to be a premature an- 
nouncement of a hope not realized. On the other 
hand, through corroborative evidence, several gen- 
uinely new titles have thus been established. 

For part of my material I am indebted to: 

Beer, William. Checklist of American Periodicals 171+1-1800. 

1923. 
Brantley, Rabun Lee. Georgia Journalism of the Civil War 

Period. 192,8. 
Brigham, Clarence S. Bibliography of American Newspapers 

1690-1820. Used on occasion. 
Cairns, William B. On the Development of American Literature 

1815-1838, with especial reference to Periodicals. 1897. 
Clark, Alvan Whitcombe. Checklist of Indexed Periodicals, com- 
piled by. 1917. 
Cohen, Sidney J. Three Notable Ante bellum Magazines of South 

Carolina. 1915. 
Davis, Sheldon Emmor. Educational Periodicals During the 

Nineteenth Century. Bulletin 1919, No. 28, Department of 

the Interior, Bureau of Education. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 11 

Evans, Charles. American Bibliography. 

Faxon, F. W. Boston Book Company's Checklist of American and 
English Popular Periodicals to Dec. 31, 1899. 

Ford, Paul Leicester. Checklist of American Magazines Printed 
in the 18th Century. 18S9. 

Garwood, Irving. American Periodicals from 1850 to 1860. 1922. 

Griffin, Max L. Bibliography of New Orleans Magazines. MS. 
1930. Tulane University. 

Hubbell, Jay B. Chapter, "Southern Magazines," Culture in 
the South. University of North Carolina Press. 1934. 

McLean, Elliott Hall. Periodicals Published in the South before 
1880. MS. 192S. University of Virginia. 

Mims, Edwin. South in the Building of the Nation. Vol. VII, 
Chapter 21, "Southern Magazines." 1909. 

Minor, B. B. Southern Literary Messenger. 1905. 

Mott, Frank Luther. American Magazines 1741-1850. 1930. 

North, S. N. D. Report of the Tenth Census. The Newspaper 
and Periodical Press (1880). 1884. 

Owen, Thomas M. Checklist of Newspaper and Periodical Files 
in the Department of Archives and History of the State of Ala- 
bama. 1904. 

Poole's Indexes to Periodical Literature. 

Richardson. Lyon N. History of Early American Magazines 
1741-1789. 1931. 

Rogers, Edwin Reinhold. Four Southern Magazines. 1902. 

Rusk, Ralph Leslie. Literature of the Middle Western Frontier. 

„ 1926. 

Sabin, Joseph. Dictionary of Books Relating to A merica. (1S67-). 

Salley, Alexander Samuel. "Southern Magazines," Charleston, 
S. C. Sunday News Aug. 27, 1899. 

Stearns, Bertha Monica. "Southern Magazines for Ladies 
(1819-1860)." South Atlantic Quarterly. Jan. 1932. 

Tassin, Algernon. The Magazine in America. 1916. 

Thomas, Isaiah. History of Printing in America with a Biog- 
raphy of Printers. 2 Vol. 1810 and 1874. 

Tinker, Edward Larocque. Bibliography of the French News- 
papers and Periodicals of Louisiana. 1933. 

Venable, W. H. Beginnings of Literary Culture in the Ohio Valley. 

1891. 
List of Old Periodicals in the Library of Transylvania College. Lex- 
ington, Ky. 1922. 

Masonic Magazines and Periodicals in the Grand Lodge Library, 
New York. 1884. 

Union List of Serials in the Libraries of the V. S. and Canada. 
1927. Supplements 1925-1932. 

To list all histories of states, counties, and cities; 
historical quarterlies; and histories of American and 
sectional literature consulted would much exceed the 
limited space in this publication. 



12 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

For the rest of the material, it is a pleasure to express 
my thanks for placing periodicals at my service, for 
compiling information concerning holdings, and for 
other acts of kindness, to the librarians and their 
staffs of the following libraries: 

Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Ala. 

Carnegie Library, Atlanta, Ga. 

Charleston Library Society, Charleston, S. C. 

Chicago Public Library. 

Duke University Library, Durham, X. C. 

Emory University Library, Emory University, Ga. 

Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Md. 

Filson Club, Louisville, Ky. 

Florida State Library, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Free Public Library, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Georgia Historical Society Library, Savannah, Ga. 

Georgia State Library, Atlanta, Ga. 

Howard Memorial Library, New Orleans, La. 

Johns Hopkins University Library, Baltimore, Md. 

Kentucky State Historical Society, Frankfort, Ky. 

Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 

Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Md. 

Mercer University Library, Macon, Ga. 

Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss. 

New York Historical Society, New York City. 

New York Public Library, New York City. 

Newberry Library, Chicago, 111. 

North Carolina State Library, Raleigh, N. C. 

Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Sondley Library, Ashville, N. C. 

Tennessee Division of Library and Archives, Nashville, Tenn. 

Texas Library and Historical Commission, State Library, Austin. 

United States Department of Agriculture Library, Washington, 

D. C. 
University of Kentucky Library, Lexington, Ky. 
University of Georgia Library, Athens, Ga. 
University of Mississippi Library, University, Miss. 
University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
University of South Carolina Library, Columbia, S. C. 
University of Tennessee Library, Knoxville, Tenn. 
University of Virginia Library, University, Ya. 
Virginia State Library, Richmond, Va. 
Washington Memorial Library, Macon, Ga. 
Young Men's Library Association, Augusta, Ga. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 13 

For certain items I wish to acknowledge gratefully 
files of periodicals, clippings, and scrap books which 
were made available for my use by organizations and 
individuals, although I do not set down their names 
here. 

Among those to whom I am deeply indebted for 
encouragement, suggestions, and criticisms in this 
project are: Dr. Lewis Chase, Co-editor of the Chivers 
Project, Brown University, Providence, R. I.; Mr. H. S. 
Parsons, Chief of the Periodical Division, Library 
of Congress; Dr. Jay B. Hubbell and Dr. E. K. Boyd 
of Duke University; Dr. Edwin Minis of Yanderbilt 
University; Dr. Howard W. Odum of Xorth Carolina 
University; Mr. Augustus H. Shearer, secretary of 
the Bibliographical Society of America; and my col- 
leagues at the Georgia State Womans College and at 
the Universitv of Georgia. 



Abbreviations 

Xot only has the usual order of annotations for 
magazines been followed in the checklist, but also the 
abbreviations and symbols: 
v. volume, 

no. number, 
n. s. new series. 

publication ceased with the preceding date 
or volume. 
I published to date. 

? information incomplete or uncertain. 

(-) dash between volume numbers or dates 
signifies from and including the former 
to and including the latter. 



Map of Sixteen Southern States of U. S. A 
Showing Imprint Locations of Magazines 

in accompanying 
Checklist of Southern Periodicals to 1861 




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15 



Reference to Map 

Reference enclosed in parenthesis indicates location 
of city or village on accompanying map. Number 
after city or village indicates the number of magazines 
published in that place before the Civil War as re- 
ported in checklist: 



Alabama 

(1) Birmingham 1 

(2) Marion 2 

(3) Mobile 4 

(4) Montgomery 12 

(5) Notasulga 1 

(6) Tuscaloosa 5 

(7) Tuskeegee 2 

(8) Wetumpka 1 

Arkansas 

(1) Little Rock 3 

Delaware 

(1) Dover 3 

(2) Mildford 1 

(3) Wilmington 6 

District of Columbia 

(1) Georgetown 2 

(2) Washington 88 

Florida 

(1) Apalachicola 1 

Georgia 

(1) Athens 9 

(2) Atlanta 22 

(3) Augusta 9 

(4) Columbia 1* 

(5) Columbus 3 

(6) Covington 2 

(7) Eatonton 1 

(8) Fayetteville 1 

(9) Forsyth 5 

(10) Greenville 1 

(11) Lumpkin 1 

(12) Macon 7 

(13) Madison 3 

(14) Marietta 3 

(15) Newnan 3 

*Not located or changed name. 
fNott error in map. 



(16) Penfield 4 

(17) Rome 2 

(18) Sandersville 1 

(19) Savannah 6 

(20) Washington 2 



Kentucky 

(1) Bardstown 3 

(2) Covington 2 

(3) Danville 1 

(4) Frankfort 13 

(5) Georgetown 4 

(6) Hopkinsville 1 

(7) Lexington 22 

(8) Louisville 49 

(9) Maysville 1 

(10) Paris 2 

(11) Shelbyville 1 

(12) Versailles 1 



Louisiana 

(1) Baton Rouge 3f 

(2) New Orleans 55 f 

Maryland 

(1) Annapolis 1 

(2) Baltimore 110 

(3) Edgewood 1 

(4) Frederick 4 

(5) Hagerstown 1 

(6) Medfield 1* 

Mississippi 

(1) Jackson 3 

(2) Natchez 3 

(3) Raymond 1 

(4) Vicksburg 1 



16 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 



North 

(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(11) 

(12) 

South 

(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(11) 

(12) 

(13) 



Carolina 

Ashborough 2 
Bath 1 
Chapel Hill 1 
Charlotte 1 
Edenton 2 
Fayetteville 4 
Greensboro 3 
Newbern 1 
New Salem I s1 
Oxford 1 
Raleigh 12 
Tarborough 1 



Carolina 

Abbeville 1 
Camden 1 
Charleston 53f 
Cheraw 1 
Columbia 11 
Due West 1 
Edgefield 1 
Evergreen 1 * 
Jamestown 1 
Laurensville 1 
Pendleton 1 
Spartenburg 1 
Yorkville 1 



Tennessee 

(1) Columbia 2 

(2) Franklin 2 

(3) Greenville 1 

(4) Jonesborough 

(5) Knoxville 12 



(6) Marysville 2 

(7) McMinnville 1 

(8) Memphis 12 

(9) Monroe County 1 

(10) Murfreesboro 1 

(11) Nashville 61 

(12) Paris 1 

(13) Rogersville 2 

Texas 

(1) Anderson 1 

(2) Austin 1 

(3) Dallas 1 

(4) Houston 1 

(5) Rusk 1 

Virginia 

(1) Abingdon 1 

(2) Alexandria 2 

(3) Amelia 1 

(4) Charlottesville 4 

(5) Danville 1 

(6) Emory 1 

(7) Lynchburg 1 

(8) Petersburg 7 

(9) Richmond 54 

(10) Shellbanks 1* 

(11) Singers Glen 1 

(12) Suffolk 1 

(13) Winchester 3 

West Virginia 

(1) Bethany 1 

(2) Harpers Ferry 1 

(3) Martinsburgh 1 



*Not located or changed name. 

fNote error in map. 

NOTE: The number of magazines published exclusively in 
the Southern states previous to the Civil War is not precisely 
indicated by the above table, for in certain instances a magazine 
was published at more than one place. 



SECTION I 

Checklist of Southern Periodicals to 1861 
arranged alphabetically 

, The by Nonius Nondescript. Washington. F. 18- 

My. 18, 1826f? 
Abolition Intelligencer and Missionary Magazine. Shel- 

byville, Kentucky. V. 1, No. 1-12, My. 1822-Ap. 1823f. 
Acacia. Natchez, Mississippi. 1855— 56f? 
Advance Guard of Democracy. Nashville, Tennessee. 

Xo. 1-24, Ap.-O. 1840f. No. 18, 22-23 not issued. 
Advent Review and Sabbath Herald. Washington, etc. 

I, 1850 J. Continues Present Truth. 1 as Second Advent 
and Sabbath Herald. 

Advocate of Peace. (American Peace Society.) Boston; 
Washington. 1, Je. 1837 J. Superseded the American 
Advocate of Peace, Hartford. Volume numbering irreg- 
ular. 19-36, 1869-86, also as n.s. v. 1-18; whole number 
49. 1887J. 

Aeolian Harp. Petersburg, Virginia. No. 1-17, Ap. 
1821— f? 

African Intelligencer. Washington. V. 1, Xo. 1, Jl. 
1820f? Includes Proceedings, correspondence, etc., of 
American Colonization Society. 

African Repository. (American Colonization Society.) 
Washington. V. 1-68, Xo. 1, Mr. 1825-Ja. 1892f. 1-25 
as African Repository and Colonial Journal. Superseded 
by Liberia. Index: 1-10 in 10 

Agricultural and Commercial Journal. Xashville, 
Tennessee. 1855— f? 

Agricultural Museum. Georgetown, D. C. V. 1-2, Xo. 

II, Jl. 1810-My. 1812-f. 

Agriculturist, and Journal of the State and County 
Societies. Devoted to the improvement of the soil and 
the mind. Xashville, Tennesee. 1-6, 1840-45 f? 

Alabama Baptist. Wetumpka, Alabama; Atlanta, Geor- 
gia; Birmingham, Alabama. 1, 1835$. Ja. 1902-X. 18, 
1903, as Southern and Alabama Baptist; 1902-03 as 
Southern and Alabama Baptist. 33-39 omitted in num- 
bering. 



18 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Alabama Baptist Advocate. Marion, Montgomery, Tus- 
kegee, Alabama. 1843?-1865f? Jl. 31, 1850, became 
Southwestern Baptist. 

Alabama Educational Journal. Montgomery, Alabama. 
V. 1, No. 1-12, O. 1858-S. 1859f? 

Alabama Educational Journal. Devoted to the cause of 
human progress, education, science, literature, morality. 
Montgomery, Alabama. 1 Ja.-D. 1857f. 

Alabama Historical Society. Transactions 1851, 55; 
(n.s.) V. 2-5, 1897-1904f. n.s. v. 1 never published. 

Album Litteraire. Journal des Jeunes Gens, Amateurs de 
la Litterature. New Orleans, La. V. 1, No. 1, Ap. 1843f ? 

Album Louisianais. Revue Litteraire et Artistique. New 
Orleans, La. V. 1, No. 1, Ap. 5, 1851f? 

Alethian Critic; or Error Exposed. Lexington, Kentucky. 
My. ? 1804-f? 

Allgemeine deutsche schulzeitung. Baltimore. No. 1- 
26, Je. 15, 1839-My. 30, 1840f. 

Almoner, a periodical religious publication. Lexington, 
Kentucky. 1, Ap. 1814-My. 1815f. 

American Annals of the Deaf. Washington. 1, 1847$. 
O. 1847— Jl. 1886 as American Annals of the Deaf and 
Dumb. Suspended O. 1849-J1. 1850; S. 1861-Je. 1868. 
Index: 1-20, 1847-75; 21-30, 1876-85; 31-40, 1886-95; 
41-50, 1896-1905; 51-60, 1906-15. 

American Archives. Containing a documentary history of 
the English colonies in North America, from the King's 
message to Parliament, of March 7, 1774, to the Declaration 
of Independence bv the United States. Washington. S. 4, 
V. 1-6; S. 5, V. 1-3, Mr. 7, 1774-D. 31, 1776f. S. 1-3 not 
published. 

American Banner. Nashville, Tennessee. V. 1, No. 1-31, 
Mr. 22-Oct. 25, 1856|? 

American Botanical Register. Washington. 1-3, 1825- 
30f. 

American Colonization Society. Annual Report. Wash- 
ington. 1-93, 1818-1910f. 1818-38, 1843 as annual 
reports of the American Society for colonizing the free 
people of colour of the United States. Index: 1-18 in 18. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 19 

American Cotton Planter and the Soil of the South. 

Montgomery, Alabama. 1-4, 1853-56; n.s. v. 1-4, 1857- 
61 f? Ja. 1853-D. 1856, as American Cotton Planter, a 
monthly journal devoted to improved plantation economy. 

American Critic and General Review. Washington. V. 1, 
No. 1-2, Ap. 1-29, 1820|? 

American Farmer. Baltimore; Washington. 1-15, 1819- 
34; (S. 2) V. 1-6, Xo. 4, My. 9, 1834-My. 5, 1839; (S. 3) 
V. 1-6, My. 29, 1839-Je. 1845; (S. 4) V. 1-14, 11. 1845-58; 
(S. 5) V. 1-2, Jl. 1858-Je. 1861; (S. 6) V. 1-5, Jl. 1866-70; 
(S. 7) V. 1, 1871; (S. 8) V. 1-10, 1872-81; (S. 9) V. 1-9, 
1882-90; (S. 10) V. 10, 1891; (S. 11) V. 1, 1892; 74th- 
78th year, 1893-F. 1897f . Subtitles vary. S. 2 as Farmer 
and Gardener; S. 3, V. 1-S. 4, V. 5 as American Farmer 
and spirit of the Agricultural journals of the day; S. 6, V. 3- 
S. 7 as American Farmer and Rural Register. 

American Freemason's Magazine. Louisville, Kv. ; N. Y. 
1-6, 1851?-D. 1857; S. 2, V. 1-6, Xo. 1, Ja. 1858-J1. 1860f. 
S. 2, V. 2-3, Xo. 2 also as V. 7-8, Xo. 2. 

American Gleaner and Virginia Magazine. Richmond, 

Virginia. Ja. 1807— f? 

American Historical Society. Transactions. Washing- 
ton. 1, 1839f. 

American Indian Mission Association. Proceedings. 
Louisville, Kentucky. 1-9, 1843— 52f? (See also Indian 
Advocate.) 

American Journal of Dental Science. Baltimore, Md. 
1839-531? 

American Journal of Improvement in the Useful Arts, 
and Mirror of the Patent Office in the United States. 
Washington. V. 1, Xo. 1-4, Ja.-D. 1828f. 

American Law Journal, and Miscellaneous Repository. 

Baltimore. 1810f? 

American Museum and Repository of Arts and Sci- 
ences. Washington. 1, 1822 f . 

American Museum of Literature and the Arts. Balti- 
more, Md. 1-2, S. 1838-Je. 1839f. 1 as The American 
Museum of science, literature, and the arts 

American Presbyterian. Nashville, Tennessee. V. 3, 

1837. 



20 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

American Recorder. (Grouard.) Washington. V. 1, No. 
1-2, D. 9-16, 1829J? 

American Recorder; or, Monthly History of Politics, 

Science, and Literature. (Win. Greer.) Washington. 

V. 1, No. 1, Ja. 1832-f? 
American Silk Society. Journal of the American Silk 

Society, and rural economist. Baltimore, Md. V 7 . 1-3, 

No. 5," Ja. 1839-My. 1841 f 

American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine. Bal- 
timore, Md. 1-15, 1829-441. 

American Union and Republican Review. Jackson, 
Miss. No. 1-4, N. 1850-D. 1851 f? 

Annals of Congress. (Gales.) Washington. 1-42, 1789- 
1824|. Continued in register of debates. 

Annals of Nature; or, Annual Synopsis of New Genera 
and Species of Animals in North America. Lexington, 
Ky. 1, 18201. 

Annals of the Propagation of the Faith. (Society for the 
Propagation of the Faith.) Baltimore, Md. 1-86, 1838- 
1923 1- Merged into Catholic Missions. 

Apollo; or Weekly Literary Magazine. Wilmington, 
Del. No. 1-28, F. 16-Ag. 24, 1805f? Subtitle varies. 

Apostolic Advocate. (Thomas.) Richmond; Amelia. 1-3, 
1834-Ap. 1837 f? 

Arator. Devoted to agriculture and its kindred arts. 

Raleigh, N. C. 1-3, 1856-57f? 
Ariel. Natchez, Miss. 1, 1826f? 
Arkansas Baptist. Little Rock, Ark. 1860-f? 
Arkansas Magazine. Little Rock, Ark. 1854-t? 

Arkansas State Temperance Journal. Little Rock, Ark. 
F. 1845-t? 

Arminian Magazine. Rome, Ga. Y. 1, No. 1-10, Ja. 

1848-Ag. 1849 f? 
Army and Navy Chronicle. Washington. V. 1-13, No. 

18, Ja. 3, 1835-My. 21, 1842f. Continued as Army and 

Navy Chronicle, and Scientific Repository. 

Army and Navy Chronicle, and Scientific Repository. 

Washington. 1-3 Ja. 12, 1843-Je. 27, 1844f. Con- 
tinues Army and Navy Chronicle. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 21 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian. Due West, South 
Carolina. 1-52, 1852-19101? 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. (Fulton County 
Medical Society.) Atlanta, Ga. 1-19, S. 1855-S. 1881; n.s. 
v. 1-3, No. 3, O. 1881-F. 1884; n.s. v. 1-16, No. 1, Mr. 1884- 
Mr. 1899f. Suspended N. 1861-Ap. 1866, S. 1868-Mr. 
1871. N.s. v. 1-3, No. 3 as Atlanta Medical Register. 
United with Southern Medical Record to form Atlanta 
Journal-Record of Medicine. 

Augusta Mirror. A semi-monthly journal, devoted to polite 
literature, useful intelligence, and the arts. Augusta, Ga. 
V. 1-3, My. 5, 1838-411 

Aurora. A Southern Literary Magazine. Murfreesboro; 
Memphis, Tenn. V. 1-4, 0. 1858-Je. 1861 f? 

Bachelor's Button. A Monthly Museum of Southern Lit- 
erature. Mobile; Tuscaloosa, Ala. V. 1, No. 1-5, D. 
1836-t? 

Baltimore and Richmond Christian Advocate. Rich- 
mond, Va. 1-38, 1832-1903; n.s. v. 1. 1904J. 1- as 
Richmond Christian Advocate; -35 Baltimore Christian 
Advocate. 

Baltimore Athenaeum. Baltimore. 1, Je. 1834-N. 14, 
1835 f . Separate numbers have title: Baltimore Young 
Men's Paper. Suspended Je. 13-N. 22, 1834. 

Baltimore Christian Advocate. See Baltimore and Rich- 
mond Christian Advocate. 

Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine. Baltimore, 
Md. 1-7, 1835-41f. Continued as Spirit of the NIX 
Century. 

Baltimore Literary Monument. Baltimore, Md. 1-2,0. 
1838-0. 1839 1- Continues Baltimore Monument. None 
issued Ja. 1839. 

Baltimore Magazine. Baltimore, Md. JI. 1807 only. 
Absorbed by Port Folio. Philadelphia. 

Baltimore Medical and Philosophical Lyceum. Balti- 
more, Md. 1, Ap.-D. 1811f. 

Baltimore Medical and Physical Recorder. Baltimore, 
Md. V. 1-2, No. 1, Ap. 1808-Ag. 1809f. 



22 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Baltimore Medical and Surgical Journal and Review. 

Baltimore, Md. 1-2, O. 1833-S. 1834f. Continued as 
North American Archives of Medical and Surgical Science. 

Baltimore Methodist. See Washington Christian Advo- 
cate. 

Baltimore Minerva. Baltimore, Md. D. 1828-18301? 
Merged with Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette and 
was called Baltimore Minerva and Emerald until 1830 
when it became Minerva and Saturday Post. 

Baltimore Monthlv Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

Baltimore, Md. 1, F. 1830-Ja. 1831 1. 

Baltimore Monument. A weekly journal, devoted to 
polite literature, science, and the fine arts. Baltimore, Md. 
1-2, O. 8, 1836-S. 29, 18381. Continued as Baltimore 
Literary Monument. 

Baltimore Philosophical Journal and Review. Balti- 
more. Md. No. 1, Jl. 18231. 

Baltimore Phoenix and Budget. Baltimore, Md. V. 1, 
No. 1, Ap. 1841-f? 

Baltimore Repertory of Papers on Literary and Other 
Topics, including a selection of English dramas. Baltimore, 
Md. 1, Ja.-Je. 18111. 

Baltimore Saturday Visiter. Baltimore, Md. D. 1832- 
50|? 

Baltimore Weekly Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 1, Ap. 26, 
1800-My. 27, lSOlf- 

Baltimore Young Men's Paper. See Baltimore Athe- 
naeum. 

Bank Reformer. Petersburg, Ya. No. 1-6, S. 4, 1841-F. 

5, 1842t. 

Banker's Magazine. New York; Baltimore; etc. 1, Jl. 
1846+. Continues Bankers' Weekly Circular and statis- 
tical record. Subtitles vary. Jl— D. 1895 as Rhodes 
Journal of banking and the Bankers' Magazine consoli- 
dated. 6-20 also as S. 2. V. 1-15; 21-49 as S. 3, Y. 1-29. 

Banner of Peace. Nashville, Tenn. 1841— 80f? 

Banner of the Constitution. Washington. 1-3, 1829- 
32f. Continues Free Trade Advocate. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 23 

Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. See Tennesee Baptist. 

Baptist Banner and Western Pioneer. Louisville, Kv. 

1 840-44 f? 

Baptist Chronicle and Literary Register. Georgetown, 
Ky. 1-3, 1830-32|. V. 1, No. 1 as Baptist Herald and 
Georgetown Literary Register; V. 1, No. 2-3 Baptist 
Chronicle and Georgetown Literary Register. 

Baptist Expositor. Georgia. 1843— f? 

Baptist Family Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 1, Je. 1857 f? 

Baptist Interpreter. Raleigh, N. C. Ja., 1833-35 f. 
Continued as Biblical Recorder. 

Baptist Preacher, original monthly. Richmond, Va. 1-16, 
1842— Jl. 1857 1- 1-2 as Virginia Baptist Preacher. 

Baptist Watchman. Knoxville, Tenn. 1-, 1855— f? 

Battery. Washington. V. 1, No. 1-20, Jl. 6, 1848-Ja. 25, 
1849f. 

Berean. A religious publication. Wilmington, Del. 1-3, 
F. 23, 1824-JC24, 1827; n.s. v. 1, O. 1827-S. 18281. 

Bible Advocate. Paris, Tenn. 1-2?, Ag. 1842-J1. 1844f. 

Biblical Recorder. Raleigh, N. C. 1, 1835$. 

Bon Ton. Louisville, Ky. 1848-49f? 

Botanic Investigator. Yicksburg, Miss. Y. 1, No. 1-5, 
Mr. 2-0. 15, 1835 f. 

Bouquet. Charleston, S. C. 1 S44 f ? Continued by Floral 
Wreath and Ladies Monthly Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Calvinistic Magazine. Abingdon, Va.; Rogersville, Tenn. 
1-5, 1827-31; n.s. v. 1-5, 1846-501. 

Camden Miscellany. Camden, S. C. 1, 1847— f? 

Campaign. Washington. No. 1-26, My. 31, 1848-Ap. 11. 
1849f. Suspended N. 1848-Mr. 1849. 

Campaign. Washington. No. 1-22, Je. 12, 1852-Ap. 9, 
1853f. Suspended N. 1852-Mr. 1853. 

Campaign. Frankfort, Kv. No. 1-26, Ap. 23, 1840-Mv. 
1841 1. 

Carolina Baptist, a monthly magazine. Charleston, S. C. 
V. 1. 1846t. 



24 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Carolina Cultivator. Raleigh, N. C. V. 1-3, Xo. 8, Mr. 
1855-0. 1857 f? 

Carolina Journal of Medicine, Science and Agriculture. 

Charleston, S. C. 1, 1825; n.s. v. 1, Xo. 1-2, 1826b 

Carolina Law Journal. Columbia, S. C. Y. 1, Xo. 1-4, 
Jl. 1830-Ap. 1831f. 

Carolina Law Repository. Raleigh, X. C. 1-2, Mr. 1813- 
16f. 

Carolina Planter. Columbia, S. C. 1, Ja. 15, 1840-Ja. 13, 
1841 f. Merged into Farmers' Register. 

Carolina Planter. A monthly register for the state and 
local societies. Columbia, S. C. 1, Jl. 1844-Je. 1845|. 

Catholic Advocate. Louisville, Ky. 1-13, 1837-49f? 

Catholic Journal. Washington, D. C. Ja. 1833-f? 

Catholic Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 1-7, 1842-48t? 

Catholic Mirror. Baltimore, Md. 1-68, 1850-Je. 13, 
1908f . Continues United States Catholic Magazine. 

Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. See United States 
Catholic Miscellany. 

Catholic Youth's Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 1-4, S. 
1857-Ag. 1861 f- 

Central Presbyterian. Richmond. Va. 1-43, 1837-1908f. 
Continued as Presbyterian of the South. 

Champagne Club. A Chronicle and Critic of Military and 
fashionable events and things, and criminal record of lit- 
erary and other misdoings. Washington. V. 1, Xo. 1-13, 
D. 6, 1834-Mr. 7, 1835b. 

Charivari Louisianais. New Orleans, La. Xo. 29, Jl. 8, 

1842f? 

Charleston Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. See 
United States Catholic Miscellany. 

Charleston Medical Journal and Review. Charleston, 
S. C. 1-15, 1846-60; n.s. v. 1-4, Ap. 1873-Ja. 1877f. 1-2 
as Southern Journal of Medicine and Pharmacv. Sus- 
pended 1861-72. 

Charleston Medical Register. Charleston, S. C. 1, 18031. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 25 

Chicora (Belles-lettres Weekly). Charleston, S. C. V. 1, 
1842J? Merged into The Magnolia. 

Child of Pallas. Baltimore, Md. Xo. 1-8, X. 1800-Ja. 
lSOlf- 

Christian Advocate. Nashville, Tenn. 1, 1832 J. 

Christian Advocate. New Orleans, La. 1, 1850$. 

Christian Advocate. Raleigh, X. C. See Raleigh Christian 
Advocate. 

Christian Baptist. (Campbell.) Buffalo, X. V.; Bethany, 
W. Ya. 1-7, 1823-30J. Continued as Millennial Har- 
binger. 

Christian Index. Washington; Philadelphia; Washington, 
Ga.; Penheld, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga. 1, 1821 J. 1821-27 as 
Columbia Star; 1827-30 Columbian Star and Christian 
Index; 1832- Christian Index; 1839-69 Christian Index 
and Baptist Miscellany; 1869-71 Christian Index and 
Southwestern Baptist; 1874 J Christian Index; n.s. v. 14, 
1857. 

Christian Intelligencer and Southern Methodist. A 

periodical devoted to religion, science, and art. George- 
town, Ky. 1845P-F. 1847 f? 

Christian Magazine. Xashville, Tenn. V. 1-6, 1848- 
53f? 

Christian Magazine of the South. Columbia, S. C. 
1-6, 1843-48J? 

Christian Messenger. (Russell.) Baltimore, Md. 1-4, 
1817-X. 21, 1818f? 

Christian Messenger. Georgetown, Ky. V '. 1-10, X. 
1826-36; V. 1 1-14, 1840-441". Later published in Jackson- 
ville, 111. 

Christian Monitor. Frankfort, Ky. V. 1, 1848-f? 

Christian Monitor. Richmond, Ya. 1-2, 1815— 17f? 

Christian Observer and St. Louis Presbyterian. Phila- 
delphia; Louisville, Ky. 1, S. 4, 1813J. 1-10, 1813-Ag. 
16, 1823 as Religious Remembrancer; Ag. 23?, 1823-Ap. ?, 
1825 Christian Gazette and Youth's Herald; My. 6, 1825- 
Ap. 7?, 1836 Philadelphian; Ap. 14, 1836-38 Philadelphia 



26 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Observer. 1839 united with Southern Religious Telegraph 
taking over both its editor and volume numbering as V. 18, 
1839, and called Religious Telegraph and Observer; 19, 
1840 Christian Observer. Sometime after 1860 resumed 
original volume numbering of Religious Remembrancer. 

Christian Panoplist. Versailles, Ky. 1, Ja.-D. 1837 f. 

Christian Preacher. Georgetown, Ky. V. 3-5, 1838-40f? 

Established at Cinn. 

Christian Publisher. Charlottesville, Va. 1-2, 1 840-43 f? 

Christian Record. Nashville, Tenn. N. 14, 1846-J1. 5, 

1850L N. 14, 1846-0. 28, 1848 as Christian Record. 

Continued by Presbyterian Record and Presbyterian 
Herald. Louisville, Ky. 

Christian Register. Lexington, Ky. Je. 1822-My. 1823f? 

Christian Repository. Wilmington, Del. 1-2, Ap. 14, 
1821-Ap. 2, 1824f. 

Christian Review. Boston; N. Y. C; Baltimore; Roches- 
ter. 1-28, Mr. 1836-63f- 28 V. merged into Bibliotheca 
Sacra. 

Christian Review. A monthly magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 
1 844-47 t? 

Christian Sentinel. Richmond, Va. 1, 1833f? 

Christian Sun. Suffolk, Va. Ap. 1844-62f? 

Christian Teacher. Lexington; Paris, Kv. 1-6, Ja. 1843- 

Je. 1847 f. 
Christian Union. Atlanta, Ga.; Augusta; etc. 1, 1856f ? 

Chronicle of Western Literature. Louisville, Kv. 1-22, 
D. 2, 1848-Ap. 21, 1849f? 

Chronique. Journal Politique et Litteraire. New Orleans, 
La. V. 1-2, D. 5, 1847-My. 16, 1849f? 

Church Advocate Lexington, Ky. 1-2?, 1835-36f? 

Church Intelligencer. Raleigh, N. C. 1-3, 1860-62; 
n.s. v. 5-6, 1 864-65 f? 

Civil, Military, and Naval Gazette. Devoted to the 
interests of the citizen, soldier, and sailor. Annapolis, Md. 
V. 1, No. 1-9, S. 12-N. 7, 18501? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 27 

Cohen's Gazette and Lottery Register. Baltimore, Md. 
V. 1-9, No. 29, My. 2, 1814-S. 1, 1830f? V. 1, No. 3-V. 8, 

No. 23 as Cohen's Lottery Gazette and Register. 

College Miscellany and Orphan's Advocate. Covington, 

Ga. 1858-59f? 

Colman's Rural World. St. Louis, Mo. V. 1-69, No. 10, 
1848-My. 1916|- 1848-64 as Valley Farmer. St. Louis, 
Mo.; Louisville, Ky. Merged into Journal of Agriculture. 

Columbia Register. Washington; Baltimore. 1-2, Ja. 5, 
1828-D. 26, 18291. 1 as Columbian Register. Includes a 
preliminary number issued D. 1, 1827 as V. 1, No. 1. 

Columbian Star, later Christian Index. Washington. Ja. 
182 1J. 

Columbian Telescope and literary compiler, being a 
miscellaneous repository of literary productions. 

Alexandria. 1. Je. 16, 1819-My. 20, 1820f. 

Colvin's Weekly Messenger. See Mrs. A. S. Colvin's 
Weekly Messenger. 

Colvin's Weekly Register. Washington. V. 1, No. 1-16, 

Ja. 16-Ap. 30, 1808|. Continued as Monitor. 

Comet. Washington. V. 1, No. 1-6, F. 1-Ag. 15, 1842f. 
Includes "Comet-Extra" issued My. 27, 1842. 

Commercial Bulletin, price current and shipping list. New- 
Orleans. 1-55, 1829-84f? -Mr. 18, 1882 as New Orleans 
price current (subtitle varies). 

Commercial Review of the South and West. See De 

Bow's Review. New Orleans. 

Commission; or, Southern Baptist Missionary Maga- 
zine. Richmond, Va. V. 1-6, No. 3, Jl. 1856-S. 18611. 

Companion and Weekly Miscellany. Baltimore. 1-2, 
N. 3, 1804-O. 25, 1806f. Continued as Observer. 

Corsaire Louisianais, feuille hebdomadaire. New Or- 
leans, La. No. 1-13, Ja.-Ap. 5, 1834t? 

Cosmopolitan. Charleston, S. C. No. 1-2, 1833f? 

Cotton Plant. Baltimore, Md. 1, 1853f. 

Coup d'Oeil. New Orleans, La. 1854f? 



28 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Courant. A Southern Literary Journal. Columbia, S. C. 
V. 1, Xo. 1-28, My. 5-N. 10,' 1859f? 

Covenant. A monthly magazine deyoted to the cause of 
Odd-Fellowship. Baltimore. 1-6, Je. 1836-42; S. 2, V. 
1-6, 1842-47J? 

Creole, Gazette des salons, des arts, et des modes. Xew 

Orleans, La. V. 1, Xo. 1-35, 1837-Mr. 1838|? 

Crisis. Devoted to the support of the democratic principles 
of Jefferson. Richmond, Va. 1, Xo. 1-35, Air. 7-0. 28, 
1840|. 

Crystal Fount. A monthly magazine devoted to the order 
Sons of Temperance, Temperance and Literature. Balti- 
more. V. 1-2, Xo. 8, Ja. 1, 1847-Ag. 1, 1848f. 

Crystal Fount. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Je. 6, 1849-Mv. 28, 

1852J? 

Cumberland Magazine, quarterly. Xashville, Tenn. Ag. 
1836-f? 

Cumberland Presbyterian. Xashville, Tenn. 1, 1840$. 

De Bow's Review — Agricultural, Commercial, Indus- 
trial progress and recources. Xew Orleans, La. 1-34, 
Ja. 1846-Ag. 1864; after the war series, (S. 2) 1-8, Ja. 
1866-0. 1870; n.s. v. 1, Xo. 1-4, O. 1879-Je. 1880L Sus- 
pended Ja.-Je. 1849; S. 1862-Je. 1864; S. 1864-D. 1865; 
X. 1870-D. 1879; Ja.-My. 1880. Ja. 1846-Je. 1850_as 
Commercial Review of the South and West (cover title 
F. 1847-Je. 1850: De Bow's Commercial Review of the 
South and West) Jl. 1850-D. 1852 as De Bow's Review of 
the Southern and Western States. Index: 1-10 in 10; 
11-20 in 20. 

Delaware Register; or, Farmers', Manufacturers' and 
Mechanics' Advocate, containing a variety of original 
and selected articles. Wilmington. Xo. 1-52, X\ 1, 1828- 
O. 24, 1829f. 

Delaware Register and Farmers' Magazine. Dover. 1- 
2, F. 1838-Ja. 1839f. Contains annals of Delaware. 

Delaware School Journal. Wilmington. Xo. 1-3, N 
1854-Ja. 1855|? 

Delta. Xew Orleans, La. Xo. 1-8, 1857f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 29 

Democratic Expositor and United States Journal for 
the Country. Washington. V. 1, No. 1-39, Je. 5, 1845- 
My. 9, 1 846 f . Continues Kendall's Expositor. 

Democratic Statesman. Nashville, Tenn. V. 1, No. 1- 
18, Ap. 12-S. 6, 18451? N.s. 1-16, Jl. 1848-Ja. 1849f. 

Dental Enterprise. Baltimore, Aid. 1-3, 1858-60f? 

Dental Obturator. New Orleans, La. V. 1-2, No. 4, 1855- 
56f 

Dental Times and Advertiser. Baltimore, Md. V. 1, No. 
1-4, Ag. 1851-Je. 18521? 

Deutsch-AmerikanischeDidaskalia. Baltimore, Md. 1, 
18481? No. 1 as Didaskalia. 

Diamond. Memphis, Tenn. 18581? 

Didaskalia. See above. 

Dollar Farmer. Louisville. Ky. 1-3. Jl. 1842-Je. 1845 f. 

Dollar Globe. Washington. No. 1-52, 1844-451. 

East Tennesee Record of Medicine and Surgery. (East 
Tennessee Medical Society.) Knoxville, Tenn. No. 1-4, 
1852-My. 1 853 f. Merged into Southern Journal of the 
Medical and Physical Sciences. 

Ecclesiastical Reformer. Devoted to practical piety. 
Frankfort; Lexington, Ky. V. 1-5, 1848-52f? 

Eclectic Institute Journal of Education. Lexington, Ky. 
Ap. 1832-t? 

Economiste. Baton Rouge, La. F. 1843-Ap. 15, 1843f? 

Educational Journal. Forsyth, Ga. 1-, 1857-611. 

Educational Journal. Montgomery, Ala. 1-, 1857-58f. 

Educational Journal and Family Monthly. Atlanta, 
Ga. 1857-f? 

Educational Monthly. Louisville, Ky. V. 1, No. 1-9, N. 
1 859— Jl . 18601? Continues Kentucky Family Journal. 

Educational Repository and Family Monthly. (Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, South. Educational Institute.) 
Atlanta, Ga. 1-2, 1 860-61 f? 

Educator. Baltimore, Md. 1, 1859")". 



30 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Elliott Society of Natural History. Charleston, S. C. 

Journal. No. 1-3, 1857-601- Proceedings 1-2, X. 1853- 

N. 1890t. 

Emerald. Baltimore, Md. 1, 1810-1 If? 

Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette. Baltimore, 
Md. 1-2 (Xo. 1-48), Air. 29, 1828-Ap. 11, 1849f. 

Encyclopedia. Yorkville, S. C. 1, O. 8, 1825-26J? 

Entra'acte. New Orleans, La. V. 1, Xo. 1-18, F. 9-Ap. 
13, 1834f? 

Entra'acte. New Orleans, La. V. 1, Xo. 1-38, D. 5, 
1850-Mr. 4, 185 If? 

Episcopal Methodist Baltimore, Md. -V. 17, Xo. 2, Je. 

13, 1833 as Baltimore Episcopal Methodist. 

Evangelical and Literary Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 
See Literary and Evangelical Magazine. 

Evangelical and Literary Magazine. See Virginia Evan- 
gelical and Literary Magazine. 

Evangelical Inquirer. Richmond, Ya. Y. 1, Xo. 1-10, O. 
1826-J1. 1827f? 

Evangelical Lutheran Intelligencer, containing historical, 
biographical and religious memoirs with essavs on the doc- 
trines of Luther. Frederick, Md. 1-3, 1826-29f? 

Evangelical Lutheran Preacher, and Pastoral Mes- 
senger. Winchester, Ya. 1-2, My. 1833-Ap. 1835|. 

Evangelical Museum. Favetteville, X. C. Y. 1, Xo. 1, 

Ja. 1828f? 

Evangelical Record, and Western Review. Lexington, 

Ky. 1-2, Ja. 1812-131? 
Evangelical Universalist. Macon, Ga. 1838?-1840|? 

Evantail. Journal bi-hebdomadaire, le Jeudi et le Dimanche. 
Xew Orleans, La. V. 1, Xo. 1, X. 1846-18471? 

Evergreen. Ashborough. X. C. Y. 1, Xo. 1-12, 1851 f? 

Fackel. Literaturblatt Zur Forderung Geistiger frei- 
heit. Baltimore. 1-17, 1843-651? 

Facts for the People. Washington. 1, Je. 1853-Mv. 1854; 
n.s. v. 1, My. 1855-Ap. 1856f. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 31 

Family Christian Album. Richmond, Va. 1855— f? 

Family Companion and Ladies' Mirror. Macon, Ga. 
V. 1, O. 1841-F. 15, 1842f? (Augusta Mirror merged with 
Family Companion.) 

Family Journal. Baltimore, Md. 1859?-60f? 

Family Visitor. Richmond, Va. Ap. 6, 1822-39f? F. 
1827 absorbed North Carolina Telegraph and name changed 
to Family Visitor and Telegraph. Later Southern Reli- 
gious Telegraph. 

Family Visitor and Telegraph. See Family Visitor. 

Farm and Gardener. Baltimore, Md. 1834-39 f. See 
American Farmer. 

Farmer and Planter Monthly. Pendleton; Columbia, 
S. C. 1-12, Ja. 1850-O. 1861 f? 

Farmers' Advocate and Miscellaneous Reporter. James- 
town, S. C. Ag. 1838-Ap. ?, 1843f? 

Farmers' Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 1855— 60f? 

Farmer's Book; or, Western Maryland Farmer. Fred- 
erick, Md. V. 1, Je. 1840-Je. 1841 f. 

Farmers' Journal. (Tompkins) Bath, N. C. V. 1-3, No. 
8, 1852-N. 1854f? Continued by Carolina Cultivator. 

Farmer's Library, or Ohio Intelligencer. Louisville, Ky. 
Ja. 18, 1801-081? 

Farmers' Register. A monthly publication. Shellbanks, 
Va.; Petersburg, Va. 1-10, Je. 1833-D. 1842; n.s. v. 1, 
No. 1-3, Ja. 31-Mr. 31, 1843 f. 

Floral Wreath and Ladies' Monthly Magazine. Charles- 
ton, S. C. V. 1, No. 1, My. 1844-461? Title varies. 

Fly Leaf. Newnan, Ga. 1859-f? 

Focus of Politics, Commerce, and Literature. Louis- 
ville, Ky. N. 20, 1826-Ja. 28, 1831 f. Merged into Louis- 
ville Journal. 

Ford's Christian Repository. Louisville; St. Louis. 1- 
69, 1852-S. 1905 f. V. 1-10, No. 8, 1852-Ag. 1861 as 
Christian Repository. (Subtitle varies.) 18-20 omitted 
in numbering. 



S2 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Foreign Mission Journal. (South Baptist Convention. 
Foreign Mission Board). Richmond, Va.; etc. 1-10, Jl. 
185 1-S. 1861; n.s. v. 1-27, No. 2, My. 1868-S. 1895; V. 
46-66, No. 16, O. 1895-0. 1916f. Jl. 1851-Je. 1874 as 
Home and Foreign Journal; O. 1895-My. 1896 Mission 
Journal of the Southern Baptist Convention. 28-45 
omitted in numbering. United with Home Field to form 
Home and Foreign Fields. 

Fountain. Nashville, Tenn. 1855— f? 

Franc-Macon Louisianais. New Orleans, La. Y. 1, N. 1, 
1845-N. 15, 1846f? 

Franklin Farmer. Devoted to science of agriculture, mind, 
morals and interests. Frankfort; Lexington, Ky. 1-3, 
1837-39]". Continued as Kentucky Farmer. 

Franklin Patriot. Apalachicola, Fla. S. 16-0. 2, 1847J- 

Free Universal Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 1, Je. 1793- 
94|. 

Freemason. Louisville, Ky. 1844-t? 

Freewill Baptist Quarterly. Providence, R. I.; Dover, 
Del. 1-17, Ja. 1853-0. 1869f. 

Friend of the Family. Devoted to literature, science, and 
art. The Sons of Temperance, Odd Fellowship, Masonry, 
and general intelligence. Savannah, Ga. Y. 1, Mr. 1, 
1849-Mr. 1, 1851f? 

Garden. Bardstown, Ky. 1810— j? 

General Magazine and Impartial Review. Baltimore, 
Md. Je.-Ag. 1798f. 

Genius of Universal Emancipation. Mount Pleasant, O.; 
Greenville, Tenn.; Philadelphia; Baltimore, etc. 1-16, 
1821— 39 1- Continued as Genius of Libert}'. — Subtitle 
varies. Numbering irregular. 

Georgetown University. Georgetown, D. C. Observa- 
tory. Annals 1, 1852f. 

Georgia Analytical Repository. Savannah, Ga. 1, My. 
1802-Ap. 1803|? 

Georgia Blister and Critic. Atlanta, Ga. Y. 1-2, No. 1, 
Mr. 1854-Mr. 18551. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 33 

Georgia Botanic Journal and College Sentinel. Macon. 
1 (Xo. 1-11), D. 1847-0. 1848 f. Continued as Southern 
Botanico-Medical Reformer. 

Georgia Crusader. Penfield; Atlanta, Ga. 1858-61 f? 

Georgia Gazette. A literary quarto. (W. H. Peck.) 
1860-t? 

Georgia Historical Society. Collections 1-9, 1840— 1916f. 

Proceedings of the annual meeting. For recent numbers 
see Georgia Historical Quarterly. 

Georgia Medical and Surgical Encyclopedia. Sanders- 
ville, Ga. 1, Xo. 1-8, My.-D. 1860f. 

Gleanings of Husbandry. Augusta, Ga. 1-2, 1840-42t? 

Good Templar. Louisville, Ky. 1855— 56f? 

Gospel Advocate. Nashville, Tenn. V. 1-13, 1854-7 If? 

Gospel Herald of the Kentucky Annual Conference of 
the M. E. Church. Lexington, Ky. 1-2, 1829-3 If. 

Gospel Messenger. Charleston, S. C. 1-29, 1824-53 f. 

Greennough's American Polytechnic Journal. A new 

monthly periodical of science, mechanic arts, and engi- 
neering. Washington; X. Y. C. 1-4,1853-541- 1853 as 
American Polytechnic Journal. 

Grelot. Journal Politique et Litteraire. New Orleans, La. 
V. 1, Xo. 1-8, Jl. 1846-t? 

Guardian. Louisville, Ky. V. 1-4, Xo. 9, 1858-61 f? 

Guardian. A Family Magazine devoted to the cause of 
female education on Christian principles. Columbia, 
Tenn. 1-9, 1841-49 1? S. 3, V. 1, Xo. 3, Je. 1866. 

Guardian of Health. A monthlv journal of domestic 
hygiene. Baltimore, Md. V. 1, No. 1-12, S. 1841-Ag. 
1842f? 

Guigon Quarterly Law Journal. Richmond, Va. 1-4, 
1856-59f? 

Harbinger. Chapel Hill, X. C. V. 1, Xo. 1-45, Jl. 5, 1833- 
Jl. 19, 1834f? 

Harbinger of Mississippi Valley. Frankfort, Ky. V. 1, 
Xo. 1-2, Mr.-Ap. 1832f? 



34 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Harp. Augusta, Ga. 1838-f? 

Harper's Theatrical Bulletin. Nashville, Tenn. 1857— t? 

Harris's Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 1859-60J? 

Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida. 1-7, 
1846-75 f. 1-5, 1846-53 as Historical Collections of 
Louisiana. 

Historical Documents from the Old Dominion. Rich- 
mond, Va. No. 1-5, 1860-74f. 

Historical Register of the U. S. Washington. 1-4, 1812— 
14f. 

Hive; or Repository of Literature. Washington. 1811— 

t? 
Holston Christian Advocate. Knoxville, Tenn. 1852- 

53f? 
Holston Messenger. Knoxville, Tenn. V. 1-4, No. 1, N. 

1824-Ja. 1829|? 

Home Circle. A monthly periodical devoted to religion and 
literature. Nashville, Tenn. 1-6, 1855— 60f? 

Homoion. Organe de la doctrine Hahnemanniene. New 
Orleans, La. My. 1, 1859-1861J? 

Horn of Mirth. Athens, Ga. 1-2, Jl. 4, 1849-Ag. 10, 
1850f? 

Huntress. Washington. V. 1-17, No. 18, D. 2, 1836-My. 
27, 1854; n.s. v. 1, No. 1-3, Je. 24-J1. 24, 1854L Super- 
sedes Paul Pry. 

Hygienic and Literary Magazine. Atlanta, Ga. V. 1, 
No. 1-4, Ja.-Ap. 1860f. Continues Medical and Literary 
Weekly. 

Illustrated Family Friend. Columbia, S. C. 1852— f? 
Independent Odd-Fellow. A monthly periodical. Rich- 
mond, Va. 1, Je. 1841-Ap. 1842f? 

Indian Advocate. (American Indian Mission Association.) 
Louisville, Ky. V. 1-9, No. 1, 1846-55f? Numbering 
irregular. 

Interpreter. A semi-monthly journal, devoted to English, 
French, Spanish, Italian, and German languages. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 1-2, 1844f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 35 

Investigator; religious, moral, scientific, etc. Wash- 
ington. (See Investigator and Advocate of Independence.) 
V. 1, 1845; V. 2, 1846f? 

Investigator and Advocate of Independence. Science, 
religion, literature, etc. Washington. 1-2, 1845-46f. Ja. 
1845 as Investigator: religious, moral, scientific, etc. 
(Subtitle varies.) 

Iris. Devoted to science, literature, and the arts, including 
medical news Richmond, Va. V. 1, No. 1, Mr. 1848. 
(Only one number published.) 

Irishman and Southern Democrat. Charleston, S. C. 
N.s. v. 1-2, My. 23, 1829-My. 14, 1831 f? Title varies. 

Itinerant; or, Wesleyan Methodist Visitor. Baltimore, 
Aid. 1-3, 1828-31 f. 

Jefferson's Monument Magazine. Charlottesville, Va. 
1, 1849-50f? 

Jewish Ledger. New Orleans, La. 1-92, 1856?-1902f. 
Merged into American Hebrew. 

Jonesborough Monthly Review. Jonesborough, Tenn. 
1-2, Je. 1847-Ap. 1849f. Je.-O. 1847 as Jonesborough 
Quarterly Review. 

Journal de la Societe Medicale de la Nouvelle-Orleans. 

V. 1, No. 1-4, Ja. 1, 1839-N. 1839f. 

Journal de la Societe Medicale de la Nouvelle-Orleans. 
Jl. 1859-1861 f? 

Journal of Agriculture. Baltimore, Md. Jl. 1845-Je. 
1848 f? 

Journal of Belles-Lettres. Lexing on, Ky. N. 20, 1819— 
F. 26, 1819f? 

Journal of Education. New Orleans, La. 1, 1855f? 

Journal of Education. (De Bow.) Washington. No. 1, 
Ja. 1855f 

Journal of the Law-School and of the Moot Court 
attached to it at Needham in Virginia. Richmond, 
Va. 1, 1822|- 

Journal of Times. Baltimore, Md. 1, S. 12, 1818-Mr. 6, 
18 19 1- Superseded by Morning Chronicle. 



36 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Kaleidoscope. Nashville, Tenn. V. 1, No. 1-50, Jl. 11, 
1833-J1. 21, 1834f? 

Kaleidoscope. Petersburg, Va. 1855?-1857f? 

Katholische Volkszeitung. Baltimore, Md. 1-54, 1860- 
1914|? 

Kendall's Expositor — Containing an epitome of the pro- 
ceedings of Congress and dissertations upon currency, 
exchanges, the tariff, and other subjects, with a summary 
of current events. Washington. 1-4, F. 3, 1841-Mr. 
1845 f. Superseded by Democratic Expositor. 

Kentucky Family Journal. Louisville, Ky. No. 1, F.- 
O. 1859f. Continued as Educational Monthly. 

Kentucky Farmer. Frankfort, Ky. 1-5, 1837-42f. 1-3 
as Franklin Farmer. 

Kentucky Garland. Covington, Ky. 1853— f? 

Kentucky Medical Recorder. Louisville, Ky. 1-2, 1849- 
51; n.s. v. 1-3, No. 10, 1851-Je. 1854f. V. 1, n.s. v. 2 as 
Transylvania Medical Journal. 

Kentucky New Era. Louisville, Ky. 1850-521? 

Kentucky State Agricultural Society. Frankfort, Ky. 
Report. 1-2, 1856-59f. See Western Farm Journal. 

Kentucky State Horticultural Society. Report. Frank- 
fort, Ky. 1, 1855 J. Title varies. 1912, 16 never pub- 
lished. 

Kentucky State Medical Society. Transactions. Frank- 
fort, Ky. 1-47, 1851-1902f. 37-47 also as n.s. v. 1-10. 
Continued as the society's bulletin. Later Kentucky 
Medical Journal. 

Key. Frederick Town, Md. V. 1, No. 1-27, Ja. 13— Jl. 14, 

1798|. 
Knight of Jericho. Atlanta, Ga. 1855— t? 

Ladies' Garland. Harper's Ferry, W. Va. 1-4, F. 14, 

1824-Ja. 7, 1828f? 

Ladies' Literary Bouquet. Baltimore, Md. Ag. 30, 1823- 
0.22, 1824f? 

Ladies' Magazine. Savannah, Ga. V. 1, No. 1-26, F. 13- 

Ag. 7, 1819f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 37 

Ladies' Pearl. Nashville, Tenn. O. 1852-70f? Later V. 
published in St. Louis. 

Landmark Banner and Cherokee Baptist. Rome, Ga.; 
Atlanta, Ga. O. 5, 1859J? 

Latter Day Luminary. Philadelphia; Washington. 1-6, 
F. 1818-D. 1825f. 

Layman's Magazine. Martinsburgh, W. Va. V. 1, No. 
1-51, N. 16, 1815-N. 7, 1816f? 

Legislative Union and American. Nashville, Tenn. 1-2, 
No. 37, 1858(?)-Mr. 1860f. 

Lexington Literary Journal. Lexington, Ky. 1833— f? 

Literary and Evangelical Magazine. Richmond, Va. ; etc. 
1-11, 1818-28f. 1-3, 1818-20 as Virginia Evangelical and 
Literary Magazine; 4-6, 1821-23 Evangelical and Literary 
Magazine (Subtitle varies). 

Literary and Temperance Crusader. Penfield, Ga. See 
Georgia Crusader. 

Literary Casket. Fayetteville, Ga. 1859— f? 

Literary Gazette. (Richards.) See Southern Literary Ga- 
zette. 

Literary Journal. Richmond, Va. V. 1, No. 1-9, F. 21- 

N. 28, 1835 1? 
Literary Messenger. Richmond, Va. 1-11, 1835-45|? 

Literary Miscellany and Monthly Review of the U. S. 

Charleston, S. C. V. 1, 1808-f? Continued Monthly 
Register, Magazine, and Review of L T . S. 

Literary News Letter. Louisville, Ky. See Louisville 
Literary News Letter. 

Literary Pamphleteer. Paris, Ky. No. 1-6, 1823f. 

Literary Pioneer. Nashville, Tenn. 1, 1833— f? 

Literary Weekly. Greenville, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga. 1860— f? 

Loge d'Opera. New Orleans, La. V. 1, No. 1-26, N. 15. 
1856-My. 9, 1857f? 

Lorgnette. New Orleans, La. 1-3, D. 12, 1841-Ap. 16, 

1843 t? 
Lotos. Memphis, Tenn. 1855?-60f? 



38 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Louisiana Law Journal. New Orleans, La. V. 1. No. 1-4, 
My. 1841-Ap. i842f. 

Louisiana Merchant's and Planter's Almanac. New 

Orleans, La. 1-4 (Xo. 1-26). 1817-42 + ? 

Louisiana Recorder. Devoted to the arts and sciences, 
literature and religion. New Orleans, La. 1-2, 1835 f ? 
V. 2 has title: Louisiana Recorder and Literary Gazette 
"Conducted by an Association of Gentlemen for the Benefit 
of the Asylum for Destitute Orphan Boys." Ja. 1835. 

Louisiana State Medical Society. Proceedings. 1-5, 

1 849-54 f? 

Louisville Examiner. Louisville, Ky. V. 1, Xo. 1-9, 

1850+? 

Louisville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Louisville, 
Ky. V. 1, Xo. 1-2, Ja.-Ap. 1838+. Merged into Western 

Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

Louisville Literary News-letter. Devoted to news, 
science, literature, and the arts. Louisville. Ky. V. 1-3, 
Xo. 1. D. 1, 1838-X. 28, 1840f. 

Louisville Medical Gazette. Louisville, Ky. V. 1, Xo. 
1-7. 1859+. 

Louisville Medical Journal. Louisville, Ky. V. 1, Xo. 1- 

6. 1860t. 

Louisville Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. V. 1- 
3, 1859-60f? 

Louisville Review. Louisville, Ky. 1, 1856+. Continues 
Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Lnited with 
Medical Examiner, Philadelphia, to form North American 
Medico-chirurgical Review. 

Lutheran Observer and Weekly Literary Religious 
Visitor. Baltimore. Md. 1834-37 + ? 

Lynchburgh Evangelical Magazine. Lynchburgh. Vir- 
ginia. 1810— f? 

Madison I Georgia) Family Visitor. Morgan County, Ga. 

1849-531? 
Magazine of the South. Richmond, Va. 1— 1847-61+? 
Magnolia. A literary weekly. Richmond. Va. 185 1—65 f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 39 

Magnolia; or, Southern Apalachian. A literary maga- 
zine and monthly review. Macon; Savannah; Charleston, 
S. C. 1-4, 1840-Je. 1842; n.s. v. 1-2, Jl. 1842-Je. 1843f- 
1840 as Southern Ladies' Book; a magazine of literature, 
science, and arts; 1841-Je. 1842 Magnolia; or Southern 
Monthly, a Literary Magazine and Monthly Review. Jl. 
1842-Je. 1843. 

Magnolia Magazine. Baton Rouge, La. 1851— f? 

Man of Business. New Salem, N. C. 1-2, Jl. 1833-0. 
1835f. 

Maryland-University. Department of Pharmacy. Jour- 
nal and Transactions. V. 1, No. 1-3, Je.-D. 1858f? 

Maryland Academy of Sciences. Baltimore, Md. Trans- 
actions 1, 1837; n.s. v. 1-2, D. 1888-S. 1908; V. 4, No. 1-3, 
1921 f. 1, 1837 as Transactions of the Maryland Academy 
of Science and Literature. 

Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal. Baltimore, 
Md. V. 1-16, No. 5, 1853-My. 1861 f. 1-5, 1853-55 as 
Virginia Medical and Surgical Journal; 6-13, 1856-59 
Virginia Medical Journal. 

Maryland College of Pharmacy. Baltimore, Md. Balti- 
more Journal and Transactions. 1, n.s. v. 1-2, 1858— 62 f. 
See Pharmaceutical Review. Baltimore. 

Maryland Colonization Journal. (Maryland State Colon- 
ization Society.) Baltimore, Md. N.s. v. 1-10, No. 12, 
1841-My. 1860f? 

Maryland Historical Society. Publication 1, 18441. See 
Archives of Maryland; Maryland Historical Magazine. 

Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the Mechanic 
Arts. Baltimore, Md. Annual Report. 3-58, 1850- 
19061? 1-2 never published. 

Maryland Magazine. Baltimore, Md. No. 1, S. 17941. 

Maryland Medical and Surgical Journal. (Medical and 
Chirurgical Facultv of Maryland.) Baltimore. 1-3, O. 
1839-Je. 18431. 

Maryland Medical Recorder. Devoted to the medical 
science in general. Baltimore. 1-3, S. 1829-N. 1832f. 

Maryland Pocket Magazine. Baltimore, Md. No. 11, 
F. 1796. 



40 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Masonic Journal. Marietta, Ga. 1849-54|? 
Masonic Messenger. New Orleans, La. 1859— f? 
Masonic Mirror. Covington, Ky. 1845-47f? 
Masonic Mirror. Maysville, Ky. 1842-44f? 

Masonic Miscellany and Ladies' Literary Magazine. 

Lexington, Ky. Jl. 1821-Je. 1823f. 

Masonic Signet. Atlanta, Ga. 1854— f? 

Masonic Signet and Journal. Marietta, Ga.; Atlanta, 
Ga. 1854-73 f? 

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Mary- 
land. Proceedings. 1854f. Sketch of Proceedings, Jl. 
1853 1- Summary of Proceedings 1, 1799— 1807 f. Trans- 
actions 1, 1799 J. 

Medical and Literary Weekly. Atlanta, Ga. No. 1-25, 
My. 7-0. 22, 1859f? Continued as Hygienic and Literary 
Magazine. 

Medical and Physical Recorder. Baltimore, Md. Ap. 
1808-Ag. 1809 f? 

Medical and Surgical Journal. Atlanta, Ga. 1859-60f? 

Medical and Surgical Journal. New Orleans, La. 1845— f? 

Medical Association of Georgia. Transactions. 1-61, 

1850-1910f? 1-2, 5, 1850-51, 54 as minutes of the pro- 
ceedings of the Medical Society of the state of Georgia; 
3-4, 1852—53 Transactions of the Medical Society of Geor- 
gia; -19, -1869 Proceedings of the Georgia Medical Asso- 
ciation; 20-23, 1870-72 Transactions of the Georgia Med- 
ical Association. 

Medical Association of the State of Alabama. Trans- 
actions. Montgomery. 1, 1847J. 1- as Proceedings. 

Medical Journal of North Carolina. (State Medical 
Society.) Eden ton; Raleigh. 1-42, Ag. 1858-98f? Sus- 
pended D. 1861-Je. 1879. 

Medical Recorder. See Memphis Medical Recorder. 

Medical Reformer. Memphis, Tenn. V. 1, No. 1-8, 
1851 f. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 41 

Medical Society of the State of North Carolina. Trans- 
actions. 1, 1850 J. Scattered numbers as minutes of the 
proceedings. 

Medical Society of Virginia. Proceedings. -30, -1853f. 

Medley; or, Monthly Miscellany. Lexington, Ky. V. 1, 

No. 1-12, Ja.-D. 1803t. 

Memphis, Arkansas, and Ouachita Christian Advocate. 

Memphis, Tenn. V. 3, 1852. 

Memphis Journal of Medicine. Memphis, Tenn.; Holly 
Springs, Mo. V. 1-3, No. 10, 1853-N. 1857t. 

Memphis Medical Journal of the Progressive Medica 
and Physical Sciences. Memphis, Tenn. Y. 1, No. 1-2 
O. 1851-My. 1852f. 

Memphis Medical Recorder. Memphis, Tenn. V. 1-6, 
No. 5, JL 1852-Mr. 1858L 1, 1852-53 as Medical Re- 
corder. 

Message. Greensboro, N. C. 1855— f? 

Methodist Protestant. Baltimore, Md. 1-2, 1831-32; 
n.s. v. 1, 1835 J. 

Methodist Review. Louisville; Nashville. 1-79, 1847- 
My./Je. 1930f. Suspended 1862-78. 1847- as Quarterly 
Review of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South; -Jl. 
1888 Southern Methodist Review; O. 1888-J1. 1894 Quar- 
terlv Review of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South; 
S. 1894-D. 1902 Methodist Review; 1903-Ap. 1906 Meth- 
odist Quarterly Review. Also numbered as 1-15, 1847- 
O. 1861; n.s. v. 1-8, 1879-86; n.s. (S. 3) V. 1, S. 1886J; 
S. 3, V. 16 J also as whole number V. 39 J. 

Metropolitan. A miscellany of literature, science, and 
music. Washington. V. 1-3, No. 17, D. 5, 1832-F. 8, 
1837|? Suspended Je. 19-S. 21, 1833. 

Metropolitan. A monthly magazine, devoted to religion, 
education, literature, and general information. Baltimore, 
Md. 1-5, F. 1853-Ja. 1858; n.s. v. 1, F. 1858-Ja. 1859f. 

Metropolitan; or, Catholic Monthly Magazine. Balti- 
more, Md. 1, 1830f. 

Microscope. Louisville, Ky.; New Albanv, Ind. V. 1-2, 
No. 20, Ap. 17, 1824-S. 10, 1825f. 



42 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Middle States Medical Reformer. Mildford, Del.; etc. 
1-4, 1854—57f- Subtitle varies. Continued as Eclectic 
Medical Journal of Philadelphia; later Philadelphia Univer- 
sity Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

Military and Naval Magazine of the United States. 

Washington. 1-6, Mr. 1833-F. 1836f. Merged into Army 
and Navy Chronicle. 

Millennial Harbinger. Bethany, YY. Va. 1-41, 1830-70f. 
1-35 also in 5s of 7s each. Continues Christian Baptist. 

Minerva. Baltimore, Md. 1829 united with Emerald and 
Baltimore Literary Gazette. 

Mirror, Baltimore, Md. 1-2, N. 1, 1859-Je. 1, 1860f? 

Mirror of the Patent Office, and American Journal of 
Improvements in the Useful Arts. Washington. 1, 
1846-47 f? 

Miscellaneous Portfolio; or, Southern Weekly Magazine 
of belles-lettres, news, agriculture, science, and art. 

Maryville, Tenn. 1, Mr. 1839-f? 

Miscellany Madison, Ga.; Marthasville (Atlanta), Ga. 
1- No. 1, Ap. 5, 1 842-49 f? 

Miscellany and Review. Memphis, Tenn. 1852— t? 

Mississippi Baptist. Jackson. 1, 1857; n.s. v. 1-4, 1858- 
61f. 

Mistletoe. Athens, Ga. V. 1, No. 1-3, Ja.-Mr. 1849|. 
Superseded by Wheler's Southern Monthly Magazine. 

Mrs. A. S. Colvin's Weekly Messenger. Washington City, 
D. C. V. 1, Xo. 1, Je. 15, 1822-23f? N.s. v. 1, No. 1-3, 
1826-Ap. 1828f. 

Mobile Literary Gazette. Mobile, Ala. 1839-f? 

Moniteur du Sud. (II Monitore del Sur) Organe des popu- 
lations Franco-Americaines. New Orleans, La. V. 1, No. 
1-85, Ag. 5, 1849-My. 24, 1850J? 

Monitor. Baltimore, Md. 1-2, 1857f? 

Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal. Winchester, 
Va. 1-2, My. 1812-Ap. 1813f. 

Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Kv. V. 1-3, No. 6, 
1859-D. 1860L V. 1, No. 1-24, Ja. 1-D. 15, 1859 as Semi- 
Monthly Medical News. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 43 

Monthly Mirror; or, Maryland Museum. Baltimore, 
Md. Je. 1793. 

Monthly Miscellany. Atlanta, Ga.; Richmond; New Or- 
leans. 1, 1849|? 

Monthly Miscellany. Monroe County, Tenn. V. 1, N. 
1842-0. 1843f. 

Monthly Register, Magazine, and Review of the U. S. 

Charleston, S. C; N. Y. V. 1-4, No. 1, S. 1804-D. 1807f. 
Title varies slightly. 

Monthly Stethoscope and Medical Reporter. Rich- 
mond, Va. V. 1-2, No. 5, 1856-My. 1857f. 

Monthly Visitant; or, Something Old. Alexandria. No. 
1-6, Jl. -D. 1816f. 

Moonshine. (Lunarian Society.) Baltimore, Md. No. 1-5, 
Je. 20-J1. 23, 1807f? 

Morning Chronicle. Baltimore, Md. Supersedes Journal 
of the Times. Baltimore, Md. 

Morning Watch. Devoted to religious reformation and the 
millennial reign of Christ. Evergreen, S. C. 1-3, N. 
1837-Ag. 1840f? 

Mountain Cone Journal. Virginia. 1853f? 

Museum. Nashville, Tenn. No. 1-6, Jl.-D. 1809f. 

Music Advocate and Singer's Friend. Singer's Glen, Va. 
1-4, Jl. 1859-68f? Jl. 1859- as Southern Musical Advo- 
cate and Singer's Friend. Suspended Ap. 1861-66. 

Musical Magazine. 1792-99, Nos. 1-5, Cheshire; Balti- 
more; Philadelphia. 

Mutual Rights and Methodist Protestant. Baltimore, 
Md. N.s. v. 1-87, No. 23, Ja. 7, 1831-Je. 6, 1917f? Run- 
ning title: Methodist Protestant. 

Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Nashville. 
1-21, 1851-61; n.s. v. 1-114, No. 3, 1866-Mr. 1920f. 
Suspended D. 1861-Je. 1866. Merged into Medical Life. 

Nashville Medical Record. Nashville. 1-3, S. 1858-Ja. 
1861f. 1 as Nashville Monthly Record of Medical and 
Physical Science. 

National Democratic Quarterly Review. Washington 

City. 1, N. 1859-60|. 



44 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

National Democratic Review. Washington. V. 1, No. 1, 

Ja. 1856-f? 
National Era. Washington. 1-14, 1847-60f. 

National Government Journal, and Register of Official 
Papers. Washington. 1-2, D. 3, 1823-N. 27, 1825f- 
D. 3, 1823-Je. 5, 1824 as National Journal (extra). 

National Institute for the Promotion of Science. Wash- 
ington. Bulletin, Y. 1, No. 1-4, 1840-461". Continued as 
its Proceedings. Proceedings, V. 1, No. 1-3, Ja. 1855-Ja. 
1857 1. Continues its Bulletin. 

National Magazine; or, A Political, Historical, Bio- 
graphical, and Literary Repository. Richmond, Va.; 
etc. 1-2 (No. 1-8), Je. 1, 1799-1800f. Continued as 
National Magazine; or, Cabinet of the U. S. 

National Magazine; or, Cabinet of the U. S. Washing- 
on. No. 1-8, O?, 1801-Ja. 11, 1802f. Continues Na- 
tional Magazine (Richmond; etc. 1799-1800). 

National Magazine; or, Lady's Emporium. Baltimore, 
Md. 1-2, N. 1830-J1. 1831 f. 

National Magazine and Republican Review. Washing- 
ton. 1-2, 1839|- 

National Museum and Weekly Gazette. Baltimore, Md. 
V. 1, No. 1-16, N. 13, 1813-N. 12, 1814t? 

National Recorder. Washington. 1819-21. See Satur- 
day Magazine. Philadelphia. 

National Recorder of Religious and Literary Intelli- 
gence. Washington. V. 1, No. 1-7, 1859f. 

National Register. A weekly paper, continuing a series of 
the important public documents, and the proceedings of 
Congress. Washington. 1-10, Mr. 2, 1816-20f. 

Naturalist and Journal of Natural History, Agriculture, 
Education, and Literature. Nashville, Tenn. V. 1, 
No. 1-12, Ja.-D. 1846f? 

New Eclectic. See Southern Magazine. 

New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal. New Or- 
leans, La. 1, My. 1844J. V. 1-2, No. 1 as New Orleans 
Medical Journal; 22-23 New Orleans Journal of Medicine. 
1904J contains Transactions of Louisiana State Medical 
Society. Suspended My. 1861-J1. 1866, 24-25, N. 1870-Je. 
1873 never published. 26, Jl. 1873 J also as n.s. v. 1J. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 45 

New Orleans Medical News and Hospital Gazette. New 

Orleans. 1-7, Mr. 1854-F. 1861 f. Continues New 

Orleans Monthly Medical Register. Continued as New 
Orleans Medical Times. 

New Orleans Miscellany. A monthly periodical devoted 
to the interests of popular science and advancement of 
Southern literature. New Orleans, La. Ja.? 1848— f? 

New Orleans Monthly Medical Register. New Orleans. 
1-2, 0. 185 1-D. 15, 1853f. Continued as New Orleans 
Medical News and Hospital Gazette. 

New Orleans Noesis; or, Journal of Intellectual Amuse- 
ment: Popular Literature, Science, and Arts. New 

Orleans, La. V. 1, No. 1, Je. 1854-f? 

New Orleans Price Current. See Commercial Bulletin, etc. 

Niles' National Register. Philadelphia; Baltimore. 1-75, 
S. 1811— Jl. 1849J. 1-6, S. 1811-14 as Weekly Register, 
published a: Baltimore, etc. 

North American; or, Weekly Journal of Politics, Sci- 
ence, and Literature. Baltimore. 1, Ah'. 19-N. 24, 
1827L 

North American Archives of Medical and Surgical Sci- 
ence. Baltimore. 1-2, O. 1834-S. 1835 f. Continues 
Baltimore Medical and Surgical Journal and Review. 

North American Literary and Political Register. Lex- 
ington, Ky. S. 21-D. 21, 1826f? 

North Carolina Baptist Interpreter. Edenton, N. C. 
1-2, 1833-34f. 

North Carolina Christian Advocate. Greensboro. 1, 
1855 J. 

North Carolina Common School Journal. 1, S. 1856- 

57t. 

North Carolina Farmer. Raleigh, N. C. 1-5, Ag. ?, 
1845-J1. 1850f. 

North Carolina Journal of Education. Greensboro. 
1-5, 1858-62f? 

North Carolina Magazine; or, Universal Intelligencer. 

Newbern. 1-2 (No. 1-33), 1764-Ja. 11-18, 1765f? 



46 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

North Carolina Magazine. Political, Historical, and Mis- 
cellaneous. V. 1, Ag. 1813-D. 18131. 

North Carolina Planter. Devoted to Agriculture, Horti- 
culture, and the Mechanic Arts. Raleigh, X. C. 1-4, 
1858-61 f? 

North Carolina Presbyterian. Favetteville, X. C. V. 3, 
18601? 

North Carolina Telegraph. Favetteville, X. C. V. 1, 
Xo. 1-48, Ja.-D. 29, 18261? 

Observer. Baltimore. Md. 1-2, X. 29. 1806-D. 26, 1807 f. 
Preceded by Companion and Weekly Miscellany. 

Occasional Reviews. Charleston, S. C. Xo. 1-3, 1832f? 

Old Baptist Banner. Xashville, Tenn.: Murfreesboro; 
Shelbyville. 1838-t? Old finally dropped. 

Old Guard. Frankfort, Ky. 1, F. 6-Ap. 25, 18501? 

Old Zack. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1848. (Campaign Weekly.) 

Olive Branch. Atlanta, Ga. 1857— f? 

Omnibus. Journal politique, litteraire et commercial, 

publiee a la Xouvelle-Orleans trois fois par semaine, et 

redige par une Societe de Jeunes Gens. D. 1840-Ja. 5, 
1841 f? 

Orion. A monthlv magazine of literature and art. Pen- 
field. Ga.; etc. V. 1-4, Xo. 6, Mr. 1842-Ag. 18441? Xo 
numbers issued O. 1842, My.— Ag. 1843. Subtitle varies. 

Our Country. Hagerstown. Md. Jl. 4-X. 1, 1828. (Cam- 
paign Weekly.) 

Oxford Mercury. Oxford. X. C. Xorth Carolina Journal 
of Education. 1841-43J? 

Parish Visitor. Richmond, \"a. Ja. 1851— t? 

Park's Reform Medical and Familv Journal. Lumpkin, 
Ga. 1, Mr. 1853t. 

Parlor Gazette and Ladies' Advertiser. Baltimore, Md. 
1849-t? 

Parlor Magazine. Devoted to literature, science, and gen- 
eral intelligence. New Orleans. La. V. 1, Xo. 1-2, Ja- 
F. 1857|? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 47 

Parlor Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. V. 1-8, Ja. 1854-Je. 

1857J? 

Passe Terns. Macedoine politique et litteraire. New 
Orleans, La. 1-2, 1827-29f? 

Pathological Society of Philadelphia. Wilmington, Del. 
Proceedings 1-18, 1857-Je. 1897; n.s. v. 1-27, 1897-1925f. 
4-19 as Transactions. Continued in Archives of Path- 
ology. 

Patriot. Frankfort, Ky. F. 22-J1. 31, 1826f. 

Paul Pry. Washington. 1-5, D. 3, 1831-N. 19, 1836f. 
Superseded by Huntress. 

Pedobaptist. Danville, Ky. V. 1, No. 1-11, Ja.-N. 1829f? 

People's Medical Gazette. Abbeville, S. C. V. 1. No. 1-4, 
1853-Ja. 1854f? 

Petersburg Quarterly Review. Petersburg, Va. 1842— f? 

Philidorian. Charleston, S. C. V. 1, No. 1-2, JI.-Ag. 
1859L 

Phrenological Society of Washington. Proceedings 1, 
My. 1826|? 

Plaindealer. Nashville, Tenn. No. 1-20, Mr.-Jl. 1841 f? 

Plantation. A Southern Journal. N. Y. and Eatonton, Ga. 
V. 1-2, No. 2, Mr.-D. 1860f. 

Planter and Farmer. Richmond, Va. 1840-f? 

Pleiades. A weeklv literarv gazette. Charleston, S. C. 
1829|? 

Political Primer; or, A Hornbook for Jacksonites. 

Dover, Del. No. 1-47, Ap. 12-S. 29, 1828f. 

Political Register. Washington. V. 1, No. 5-V. 6, No. 5, 
D. 24, 1832-My. 29, 1835|? Supersedes U. S. Weekly 
Telegraph, and continues the paging of its V. 7, No. 4. 

Polyglot. A monthlv magazine devoted to modern lan- 
guages. Charleston, S. C. V. 1, No. 1-6, 1844|. 

Polyglotte. Journal Scientifique et Litteraire. New Or- 
leans, La. 1848f? 

Portfolio; or, Journal of Freemasonry and General Lit- 
erature. Nashville, Tenn. 1-3, Jl. 1847-Je. 1850f. 



48 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Portico. A repository of science and literature. Baltimore, 
Md. 1-5, 1816-201. Subtitle varies. 

Practicien Homeopathique. New Orleans, La. N. 15, 
1857-0. 1858f? 

Presbyterian Advocate. A monthly magazine conducted 
by an Association of ministers. Lexington, Ky. Ja.-D. 
1830f. 

Presbyterian Critic. Baltimore; Philadelphia. 1-2,1855- 
56|. 

Presbyterian Herald. Bardstown, Ky.; Louisville, Ky.; 
etc. 1-31, -1862|? -1837 as Western Presbvterian 
Herald; 1838-My. 8, 1845 as Protestant and Herald. 
Superseded by True Presbyterian. 

Presbyterian Preacher. Fayetteville, N. C. 1828— f? 

Presbyterian Record. Nashville, Tenn. 1, N. 14, 1846- 
Jl. 5, 18501- X- 14, 1846-0. 28, 1848 as Christian Record. 
Consolidated with Presbyterian Herald, Louisville, Ky. 

Presbyterian Standard. Charlotte, N. C. 1, 1858$. 47 
repeated, 52 omitted in numbering. 

Presbyterian Witness. See Calvinistic Magazine, 1827-50. 

Presbyterian Witness. Knoxville, Tenn. V. 9, 1860. 

Present Truth. See Advent Review and Sabbath Herald. 

Press. Richmond, Va. V. 1, No. 1, Ja. 6, 1800-f? 

Primitive Baptist. A semi-monthly periodical. Tarbor- 
ough, N. C. 1-11, 1836-47 f? 

Principle. X. Y.; Baltimore. 1-2, D. 1856-N. 1858f? 

Progressionist. Newnan, Ga. 1859— f? 

Propagateur Catholique, journal des families. New 

Orleans, La. 1842-88f? 

Protestant and Herald. See Presbyterian Herald. 

Public School Advocate. Houston, Tex. No. 1-2, F. 

1847f? 

Public School Teacher's Association. Baltimore. An- 
nual Address 1, Ja. 25, 1850f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 49 

Quarterly Journal of Agriculture. (U. S. Agricultural 
Society.) Washington. V. 1-10, No. 1, 1852-62f. 1-5, 
1852-57 as the Society's Journal; 6, 1858 as its Transac- 
tions and monthly bulletin. The Monthly Bulletin is num- 
bered V. 1, No. 1-11. 

Quarterly Law Journal. Richmond, Va. 1-4, 1856-59f. 
Continued as Quarterly Law Review. 

Quarterly Law Review. Richmond, Va. 1-2, Ap. 1860- 
Ja. 1861 "j". Continues Quarterly Law Journal. 

Quarterly Review of Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. See Methodist Review. 

Quiver. Charleston, S. C. 1800-? 

Quodlibetarian. (Medfield Literarv Society.) Medfield, 
Md. 1-5, S. 15, 1859-Je. 15, 1860f? 

Radix; or, Virginia Public School Advocate. Richmond, 
Va. 1, N.-D. 1847 1- Continued as Southern Journal of 
Education. 

Railroad Advocate. Rogersville, Tenn. 1, Jl. 4, 1831-Je. 
14, 1832f. 

Raleigh Christian Advocate. Raleigh, N. C. 1-, 1855- 
Je. 19, 1919f. 1- as Christian Advocate. Merged into 
North Carolina Christian Advocate. 

Rambler. An Abstract and brief Chronicle of the Times. 
Charleston, S. C. V. 1, No. 1-77, O. 2. 1843-Mr. 30, 
1844|? 

Reasoner. Columbia, S. C. V. 1, No. 1-4, 1832f? 

Recorder; or, Lady's and Gentlemen's Miscellany. 

Richmond, Va. V. 1-2, 1801-03f? 

Red Book. Baltimore, Md. 1819-21f? 

Reforme. Politique, Commercial et Litteraire. New Or- 
leans, La. V. 1, No. 1-87, Ag. 23, 1845-Je. 17, 1846f? 

Reformer and People's Advocate. Frederick, Md. Ag- 
O. 1844f? (Democratic Campaign Weekly.) 

Register and Library of Medical and Chirurgical Sci- 
ence. Washington. 1-2, Jl. 22, 1833-36|. 

Register of Debates in Congress. Washington. 1-13, 
1824— 37 f. Continues annals of Congress. 



50 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Religious and Literary Intelligencer. Nashville, Term. 

1830-31f? 
Religious Cabinet. See United States Catholic Magazine. 
Religious Examiner. Washington, D. C. 1827?-31f? 
Religious Herald. Richmond, Va. 1. 1828$. o 

Repertory of Papers on Literature and Other Topics. 

Baltimore, Md. Ja. 1811-Je. 181 If? 

Republican Sentinel. Richmond, Ya. Y. 1, No. 1-34, 
Mr. 16, 1844-0. 30, 1844f? 

Revivalist. Nashville, Tenn. 1837. After few numbers 
changed to Cumberland Presbyterian. 

Revue Louisianaise. (Societe litteraire et typographique de 
la Nouvelle-Orleans.) New Orleans, La. 1-7, Ap. 5, 
1846-D. 1848 f? 

Richards' Weekly Gazette. See Southern Literary Ga- 
zette. 

Richmond Age. See Age. 

Richmond Christian Advocate. See Baltimore and Rich- 
mond Christian Advocate. 

Richmond Lyceum Journal. Richmond, Va. 1, Ap. 
1838-Mr. 1839t- 

Roanoke Religious Correspondent; or, Monthly Evan- 
gelical Visitant. Danville, Ya. 1-, Ag. 1821-t. Sus- 
pended Ag.-D. 1822. 

Roath's Monthly Magazine. Athens; Augusta, Ga. V. 1. 
No. 1, Ja. 1853-f? 

Robinson's Magazine. A weekly repository of original 
papers; and selections from the English Magazines. Bal- 
timore, Md. 1-2, 1818-19t. 

Rosebud; or, Youth's Gazette. See Southern Rosebud. 

Rough and Ready. Nashville, Tenn. No. 1-15, Ap.-S. 
1847 f? 

Rural Register. Baltimore, Md. 1-4, Jl. 1859-D. 18631? 

Russell's Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 1-6. Ap. 1857- 
Mr. 1860f. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 51 

Saturday Visiter. See Baltimore Saturday Visiter. 

Savannah Journal of Medicine. Savannah, Ga. 1-5, 
My. 1858-66f. Suspended 1861-66; 5 also as n.s. 

Savannah Literary Messenger. Savannah, Ga. 1842— f? 

Schoolfellow. A magazine for boys and girls. Athens, Ga. 
Charleston, S. C; New York. V. 1-9, No. 7, 1849-J1. 
1857f? 

Scientific Mechanic. N. Y.; Washington. V. 1, No. 1-25, 
Ag. 1847-My. 6, 18481. 

Scourge. Baltimore, Md. My. 26-0. 13, 1810f? 

Scourge. Washington. V. 1, No. 1-13, Ag. 2-0. 25, 1830f. 

Sears' Monthly Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 1843f? 

Seer. (Orson Pratt.) Washington; London. V. 1-2, No. 
8, 1853-Ag. 1854f? 

Self-Instructor. Charleston, S. C. V. 1, No. 1-5, N. 
1853-Mr. 1854|? 

Semaine Litteraire: revue franco-Americaine. New- 
Orleans, La. V. 1-2, 1849-5()f? 

Semi-Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. V. 1, 
No. 1-24, 1859f. Continued by Monthly Medical News. 

Shaffner's Telegraph Companion. Devoted to the sci- 
ence and art of the Morse American Telegraph. N. Y.; 
Louisville, Ky. 1-2, 1854-55 f. 

Signal. Washington. 1, Jl. 1, 1852-Mr. 1853f. Suspended 
N. 1852-F. 1853. 

Simm's Monthly Magazine. See Southern and Western 
Monthly Magazine and Review. 

Sinai, ein organ fur erkenntniss und veredlung des 
Judenthums. Baltimore, Md.; Philadelphia. V. 1-7, 
No. 12, F. 1856-Ja. 1863f? 

Soil of the South. Columbus, Ga. 1-6, Ja. 1851-D. 
1856f.-' Title varies. Merged into American Cotton 
Planter. Ja. 1857. 

Soil of the South. Montgomery, Ala. 1-7, 1851-Ja. 
1857 1. Merged into American Cotton Planter. 



52 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Sons of Temperance. Semi-monthlv. Knoxville, Tenn. 

1851-52 f? 
South. Richmond, Va. V. 1-2, Mr. 28, 1857-58f? 

South Carolina Agricultural Society. Columbia, S. C. 
Report 1819f. Proceedings 1839-45. Transactions 1858. 

South Carolina Agriculturist. Columbia, S. C. 1, 
1856f? 

South Carolina Historical S ociety. Collections. 1-5, 
1857-97f? 

South Carolina Medical Association. Transactions. 

1-55, 1 849-1903 f? 1-2, 19 as Minutes of the proceedings. 
Continued as its Journal. 

South Carolina Temperance Advocate. Columbia, South 
Carolina. 1839-5 If? 

South Carolina Weekly Museum, etc. Charleston, S. C. 
1-3, Ja. 1, 1797-J1. 1798f? 

South Countryman. Marietta, Ga. 1, No. 1, 1859-f? 

Southern Agriculturist. Laurensville, S. C. 1-2, Ja. 

1853-S. ?. 1854f. 

Southern Agriculturist, Horticulturist, and Register 
of Rural Affairs. Charleston, S. C. 1-12, 1828-39; 
1840; n.s. v. 1-6, 1841-46f? 1840 not numbered. 1-12 
as Southern Agriculturist and Register of Rural Affairs; 
1840 Southern Cabinet of Agriculture, Horticulture, Rural 
and Domestic Economy. 

Southern and Western Literary Messenger and Review. 

See Southern Literary Messenger. 

Southern and Western Masonic Miscellany. Charleston, 
S. C. 1-3, X. 1849-X. 1852f? 

Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review. 

Charleston, S. C. 1-2, 1845f. At head of title: Simm's 
Monthly Magazine. Merged into Southern Literary Mes- 
senger. 

Southern Aurora. Baton Rouge, La. 1857— f? 

Southern Baptist and General Intelligencer. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 1-2, 1835f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 53 

Southern Baptist Convention. Proceedings. Balti- 
more, Richmond, etc. 1, 1845 J. Foreign Mission Board. 
See Foreign Mission Journal; Home and Foreign Fields; 
Home and Foreign Journal. 

Southern Baptist Messenger. Covington, Ga. 3-11, 
1853-61f? 

Southern Baptist Missionary Journal. Richmond, Va. 
V. 1-6, Xo. 1, Je. 1846-Je. 1851 1- Merged into Commis- 
sion; or, Southern Baptist Missionary Magazine. 

Southern Baptist Review and Eclectic. Nashville, Term. 

1-7, 1855-61 f? Title varies. 

Southern Botanic Journal. Charleston; Forsvth, Ga. 
1-3, F. 4, 1837-Je. 1, 1841; n.s. v. 1, Xo. 1-7. F. 2-0. 1, 
1846J? 

Southern Botanico-Medical College Journal. Forsyth, 
Ga. V. 1, Xo. 1-5. D. 1, 1842-43f? 

Southern Botanico-Medical Journal. Forsvth, Ga. 1- 
2, 1841-421? 

Southern Botanico-Medical Reformer. Macon, Ga. 
1-3, Mr. 1849-X. 185 If? Continues Georgia Botanic 
Journal and College Sentinel. 

Southern Boys and Girls Monthly. Richmond, \'a. 1, 
1853-67 f? 

Southern Cabinet of Agriculture. See Southern Agricul- 
turist, Horticulturist, and Register of Rural Affairs. 

Southern Christian Advocate. (Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South.) Charleston; Columbia, S. C. 1, 1837 J. 

Southern Christian Herald. Cheraw, S. C. V. 3, 1836f? 

Southern Churchman. Richmond, Va. 1, 1 835 J. 

Southern Citizen. Knoxville, Tenn. 1857— f? 

Southern Cultivator. Augusta; Athens; Atlanta, Ga. 1, 
1843J. 1-43? as Southern Cultivator; V. 40?-84 as Xo. 10 
as Southern Cultivator and Dixie Farmer. Je. 1926 
absorbed Farming (Knoxville). 

Southern Dental Examiner. Atlanta, Ga. V. 1-2, Xo. 6, 
My. 1860-D. 1861 f. 



54 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Southern Dial. A monthly magazine devoted mainly to a 
discussion of African slavery and the interests moral, social, 
and political which it involves. Montgomery, Ala. V. 1, 
Xo. 1, X. 1857-t? 

Southern Eclectic. A monthly magazine composed of 
selections from the leading periodicals of Europe, with 
original contributions from the pens of Southern writers. 
Augusta, Ga. V. 1-3, Xo. 4, Mr. 1853-Je. 1854f? Sub- 
title varies. 

Southern Eclectic Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 1850f? 

Southern Educational Journal. Mobile, Ala. Y. 1, Xo. 
1-10, O. 1843-J1. 1844|? 

Southern Episcopalian. Charleston, S. C. V. 1-9, Xo. 9, 
1854-Mr. 7, 18631? 

Southern Evangelical Intelligencer. Charleston, S. C. 
1-2, Mr. 27, 1819-Mr. 24, 1821t? 

Southern Field and Fireside. Augusta, Ga. 1-, D. 17, 

1859-; n.s. v. 1-2, Ja. 3-D. 17, 1864f? Absorbed the 
Illustrated Mercury of Raleigh, X. C. 

Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. Spartan- 
' burg, S. C. 1847f? 

Southern Home Journal. Charleston, S. C. 1851 f? 

Southern Homestead. Nashville, Tenn. X.s. v. 1, Xo. 1, 
Ja. 7, 1858— f? or V. 3 of Tennessee Farmer and Mechanic. 

Southern Index. Ashborough, X. C. 1, 1850f? 

Southern Journal of Education. Ga. 1-, Je. 1833— f? 

Southern Journal of Education. Knoxville, Tenn. 1-3, 
1848-50f. Continues Radix. 

Southern Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy. See 

Charleston Medical Journal and Review. 

Southern Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences. 

Knoxville; Xashville, Tenn. 1-6, 1853-571. 

Southern Ladies' Book. Macon, Ga, 1840. See Mag- 
nolia. 

Southern Lady's Book. New Orleans, La. Y. 1-2, Xo. 3, 
X. 1852-J1. 1853f? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 55 

Southern Lady's Companion. A monthly periodical de- 
voted to literature and religion. Nashville, Tenn. 1-8, 
1847-54f? 

Southern Lady's Magazine. A monthly magazine of lit- 
erature, art, and science. Baltimore, Md. V. 1, No. 1-2, 
Ap.-My. 1850f ? Caption: Garland's Lady's Magazine. 

Southern Light. Edgefield. S. C. V. 1, No. 12, Ja.-D. 

1856t? 

Southern Literary Companion. Newnan, Ga. 1859— f? 

Southern Literary Gazette. An illustrated weekly journal 
of belles-lettres, science, and the arts. Athens, Ga.; 
Charleston, S. C. V. 1, No. 1-?, My. 13, 1848-D. 25, 
1852f. (Few copies following My. 1849 — Richards' 
Weekly Gazette.) 

Southern Literary Gazette. Charleston, S. C. 1, S. 1828- 
Mr. 1829; n.s. v. 1, No. 1-11, My. 15-0. 15, 1829f. 

Southern Literary Journal and Magazine of Arts. 

Charleston, S. C. 1-3; n.s. v. 1, 3-4. S. 1835-D. 1838f. 
Title varies. N.s. v. 2 not issued. 

Southern Literary Messenger. Devoted to every depart- 
ment of literature and the fine arts. Richmond, Va. 1- 
38, Ag. 1834-Je. 1864f. No numbers issued S. 1834, O., N\, 
1835, D. 1836. 35, 1863 numbered as V. 35, No. 1, V. 37, 
No. 2-12, 36 omitted in numbering. 22-23 also as n.s. v. 
1-12. 1846-47 as Southern and Western Literary Mes- 
senger and Review. 

Southern Magazine. Mobile, Ala.; Memphis, Tenn. 1852- 

56t? 
Southern Magazine and Monthly Review. Petersburg, 

Va. V. 1, No. 1-2, Ja.-F. 1841 f? 
Southern Medical and Surgical Journal. Augusta, Ga. 

1-3, Je. 1836-S. 1839; n.s. v. 1-17, Ja. 1845-0. 1861; S. 3, 

V. 1, Jl. 1866-J1. 1867t? 
Southern Medical Reformer. Forsvth, Ga. V. 1, No. 1- 

8, Ja.-Ag. 1845f? 
Southern Medical Reformer. Petersburg, Va. 1, 1847- 

48 1? 
Southern Medical Reformer and Review. Macon, Ga. 

1-10, 1852-601? 



56 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Southern Medical Reports. New Orleans, La. 1-2, 
1849-50f. 

Southern Methodist Pulpit. Richmond, Va. V. 1-5, 

1 848-52 f? 

Southern Mirror. Columbia, Tenn. 1843— f? 
Southern Miscellany. See Miscellany. 

Southern Musical Advocate and Singer's Friend. See 

Music Advocate and Singer's Friend. 

Southern Parlor Magazine. See Southern Magazine. 
Mobile, Ala. 

Southern Pioneer and Gospel Visiter. Baltimore; Rich- 
mond. V. 1, Xo. 1-12, O. 1831-0. 1832f. Merged into 
Universalist Union. 

Southern Planter. Richmond, Ya. 1, 1841 1 28-42 as 
Southern Planter and Farmer. 28-36, 1867-75 also as 
n.s. v. 1-9. 

Southern Presbyterian Review. Columbia, S. C. Y. 1- 
57, Xo. 15, 1847— 1908 f- United with other journals to 
form Presbyterian of the South. 

Southern Quarterly Review. New Orleans; Charleston; 
etc. 1-30, 1842-F. 1857L 17-28 also as S. 2, V. 1-12; 
29-30 as S. 3, V. 1-2. 

Southern Religious Telegraph. See Christian Observer. 

Southern Repertory and College Review. Emorv, Va. 
1-4, 1851-55f. 

Southern Review. Charleston, S. C. 1-8, F. 1828-F. 
1832f. Xo number issued for F. 1831. 

Southern Rose. Charleston, S. C. 1-7, 1832-Ag. 17, 
1839t. L 1832-33 as Rose Bud, Youth's Gazette; also 
Southern Rosebud. 

Southern Rural Magazine. Montgomery, Ala. 1860— f? 

Southern School Journal. Columbus; Madison; Macon. 
Y. 1-3, Xo. 1, 1853-Ja. 1855 f. 

Southern Silk Grower and Agricultural Register. 
Athens, Ga. 1839-f? 

Southern Silk Journal and Farmers' Register. Colum- 
bus, Ga. 1, 1-2, 1839f. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 57 

Southern Teacher. Montgomery, Ala. 1-2, Jl. 1859-My. 
1861f. 

Southern Temperance Crusader. See Georgia Crusader. 

Southern Times. A literary weekly. Montgomery, Ala. 
1855-f? 

Southerner. Hopkinsville, Ky. 1860— f? 

Southron. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Ja. 1838— f? Continued Bach- 
elor's Button. 

Southwestern Baptist. Marion; Montgomery; Tuskegee; 
Ala. Jl. 31, 1850-Ap. 1865f? See Alabama Baptist Advo- 
cate. 

Southwestern Baptist Chronicle. New Orleans, La. 
1-, 1847— 66f. Merged into Christian Index. 

Southwestern Farmer. A weekly journal designed to im- 
prove the soil and the mind. Raymond, Miss. 1-2, Mr. 
11. 1842-F. 23, 1844f? 

Southwestern Journal. A magazine of science, literature, 
and miscellany. Natchez, Miss. 1 (No. 1-16), D. 15, 
1837-J1. 30, 1838f? 

Southwestern Law Journal and Reporter. Nashville, 
Tenn. 1, 1844f. 

Southwestern Literary Journal and Monthly Review. 

Nashville. Tenn. V. 1, No. 1-6, 1844-45f. Title at head 
of No. 1-2: Western Literary Journal and Monthly Re- 
view. 

Southwestern Medical Advocate. Memphis, Tenn. V. 1, 
No. 1-5, Jl.-N. 1847f. 

Southwestern Monthly. Nashville, Tenn. 1-2, 1852f. 

Southwestern School Journal. Louisville, Kv. 1— , 1856— 

57 1. 

Southwestern School Journal. Tenn. O. 1848-49f? 

Spectator. Washington, D. C. 1, 1855f? 

Spirit of '76. Frankfort, Ky. V. 1, No. 1-22, Mr. 10-Ag. 4, 
1826L 

Spirit of '76. Nashville, Tenn. No. 1-34, Mr. 15, 1840-Ja. 
20, 1841 f. Suspended N.-D. 1840. N.s. 1-26, Ap. 25, 
1844-Ap. 5, 1845t. Suspended N. 1844-Mr. 1845. 



58 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Spirit of the XIX Century. Baltimore, Md. 1-2, 1842- 
43f. Continues Baltimore Literary and Religious Maga- 
zine. 

Spiritualiste de la Nouvelle-Orleans: echo mensuel. 

New Orleans, La. 1-2, Ja. 1857-D. 1858f? 

Star Spangled Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 1, My. 25-0. 
26, 1844|. Includes preliminary number, issued Ap. 8, 
1844. 

Steadman's Magazine. Raleigh, N. C. 1, 1858|? 

Stethoscope. (Medical Society of Va.) Richmond, Va. 
1-5, 1851-55 f- 1-3, 1851-53 as Stethoscope and Virginia 
Medical Gazette. United with Virginia Medical and Sur- 
gical Journal to form Virginia Medical Journal, later Mary- 
land and Virginia Medical Journal. 

Sunday School Visitor. Charleston, S. C. 1, 1851|? 

Sunday School Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 1855— f? 

Sunday Visitant; or, Weekly Repository of Christian 
Knowledge. Charleston, S. C. 1-2, Ja. 3, 1818-D. 25, 
1819f. 

Tablet. See Southern Literary Gazette. 

Taenarion, Satires Periodiques. New Orleans, La. No. 
1-12, Jl. 15, 1846-Ja. 1, 1847f? 

Temperance Banner and Total Abstinence Advocate. 

Washington, Ga. 1-2, No. 1, Ja. 1837-J1. 1838f? 

Temperance Monthly. McMinnville, Tenn.; Nashville, 
Tenn. V. 1-3, 1858-60J? 

Tennessee Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. 1-8?, Ja. 1835- 
42f? 1- as Baptist. Superseded by Baptist, later Ten- 
nessee Baptist. 

Tennessee Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. 1-Je. 29, 1844-61 f? 
1844-Ag. ? 1847 as Baptist (Weekly). 

Tennessee Farmer. Continuing original and selected 
essays rural and domestic economy, and internal improve- 
ment. (Thomas Emmerson.) Jonesborough, Tenn.; Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 1-5, D. 1834-D.' 1840f. Merged into Agri- 
culturist, and Journal of the State and County Societies. 

Tennessee Farmer and Horticulturist. A monthly. 

Nashville, Tenn. 1846J? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 59 

Tennessee Farmer and Mechanic. Nashville, Term. V. 
1-2, 1856-57; V. 3 as Southern Homestead. 

Tennessee Farmer and Southern Stockman. Nashville, 
Term. V. 1-24, No. 4, 1836-1904f. Title varies - 
Tennessee Farmer and Southern Stock Farm. Merged into 
Southern Agriculturist. 

Tennessee Journal of Education. Richmond, Va. 1-, 

Ag. 1859-f? 

Tennessee Monthly Museum. Franklin, Tenn. 1831 f? 

Tennessee Organ. Nashville, Tenn. 1847— f? 

Tennessee State Agriculturist. Nashville, Tenn. 1840- 
46f? 

Tennessee State Medical Association. Transactions. 

1-75, 1830-1908f. 1830-1901 as Transactions of the Med- 
ical Society of Tennessee. Continued in Society's Journal. 
V. 8, 1837 not published. 

Texas Agricultural Society. Transactions. Austin. 
1, 18531? 

Texas Baptist. Anderson. 1-7, 1855-61 f. 

Texas Christian Advocate. Dallas, Tex. 1, 1846J. 

Texas Freemason. Rusk, Tex. 1858— 59f? 

Texian Monthly. V. 1, No. 1, Jl. 1858-f? 

Theological Repertory and Churchman's Guide. Wash- 
ington. 1-8, Ag. 1819-D. 1827; n.s. v. 1-3, Ja. 1828-D. 
1830|. 1-n.s. v. 1, Ag. 1819-D. 1828 as Washington Theo- 
logical Repertory. 

Theological Review and General Repository of Religious 
and Moral Information. Baltimore. Y. 1, No. 1-4, 
Ja.-O. 1822t. 

Thomsonian Defender. Maryville, Tenn. V. 1, No. 1-11, 
Jl. 1835-Ag. 1836|? 

Traiteur. Charleston, S. C. O. 1795-Mr. 1796f? 

Tramontane Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 1834J? 

Transylvania; or, Lexington Literary Journal. Lexing- 
ton, Ky. V. 1, No. 1-9, Ja.-S. 1829f- 



60 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Transylvania Journal of Medicine and the Associate 
Sciences. Lexington, Ky. V. 1-12, No. 1, F. 1828-Mr. 
1839f. 

True Baptist. Jackson, Miss. 1-2, 1853-54f? 

True Union. Baltimore, Md.; Washington. 1-12, D. 8, 
1849-D. 1861 f? 

Union Medicale de la Louisiane. New Orleans, La. V. 1, 
No. 1-12, Ja. 12-D. 12, 1852L 

Unitarian Defendant. Charleston, S. C. No. 1-11, Je. 
22-N. 16, 1822f? 

Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor. Balti- 
more, Md. 1-6 (No. 1-48), Ja. 182 1-D. 1824f. 

United States Agricultural Society. Washington. Bul- 
letin. V. 1, No. 1-2, 1858J. Journal. See Quarterly 
Journal of Agriculture. 

United States Agriculturist and Farmers' Reporter. 

Washington; Cincinnati, O. V. 1, No. 1-5, O. 1830-Je. 
1831f? 

United States Catholic Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 1-8, 
1842-491. 1842 as Religious Cabinet: a monthly period- 
ical; 1843 LTnited States Catholic Magazine: a monthly 
periodical; 1844-48 United States Catholic Magazine and 
Monthly Review. Succeeded by Catholic Mirror. 

United States Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. 
1-12, Je. 5, 1822-32f? Suspended Ja.-Je. 1826. 

United States Democratic Review. Washington; N. Y. 
1-43, O. 1837-0. 18591". 1837-51 as United States Maga- 
zine and Democratic Review; 1852 Democratic Review; 
1853-Ja. 1856 LTnited States Review. 30-31 also as n.s. v. 
1-2; 32-38 as n.s. v. 1-7. 39 published as a newspaper. 
Suspended O. 1853-My. 1854, My.-S. 1859. 

United States Naval Chronicle. Washington, D. C. 
1, 1824f. 

United States Telegraph — extra. Washington. V. 1, 
No. 1-36, Mr. 1, 1828-Ja. 24, 1829f. 

United States Telegraph — extra. Washington. No. 1- 
13, S. 3-0. 23, 1832f. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 61 

United States Weekly Telegraph. Washington. V. 1-7, 
No. 4, D. 6, 1828-D. 17, 1832f. V. 2 omitted in number- 
ing. Superseded by Political Register, which continues its 
paging. 

Universal Traveller. Washington, D. C. F. 26, 1825— f? 

Universalist Circulating Family Library. Baltimore, 
Md. No. 1-7, Je. 1836f? 

Universalist Herald. Notasulga, Ala.; Montgomery, Ala 
1 846-59 f? 

Vaccine Inquirer. Baltimore, Md. No. 1-6, F. 1822-Je.? 
1824f? 

Valley Farmer. St. Louis, Mo.; Louisville, Ky. See Col- 
man's Rural World. 

Valley Farmer. Winchester, Ya. Ag. 1844-46f? 

Veillees Louisianaises. New Orleans, La. V. 1-2, 1849f. 

Vigil. Charleston, S. C. No. 1-6, F. 27-Ap. 3, 1798f? 

Violette, revue musicale et litteraire. New Orleans, La. 
Mr. 1849-Ja. 1850f? 

Virginia Baptist Preacher. See Baptist Preacher. 

Virginia Evangelical and Literary Magazine. See Lit- 
erary and Evangelical Magazine. 

Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Companion. 

(Virginia Historical Society.) Richmond, Va. 1-6, 1848- 

0. 1853f. Subtitle varies. 

Virginia Historical Reporter. (Virginia Historical Re- 
porter.) Richmond, Va. V. 1-2, Pt. 1, 1854-60f. Con- 
tains the Society's Proceedings for 1853-59. 

Virginia Historical Society. Richmond, Va. Collections 

1, 1833; n.s. v. 1-11, 1882-92f. 1833 as Virginia Histor- 
ical and Philosophical Society. Proceedings 1882 f- 1848- 
53 in Virginia Historical Register; 1853-59 in Virginia 
Historical Reporter; 1893J in Virginia magazine of history 
and biography. 

Virginia Literary Museum and Journal of Belles-lettres, 
Arts, Sciences, etc. (Virginia University.) Charlottes- 
ville. 1, Je. 17, 1829-Je. 9, 1830f. 



62 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Virginia Lyceum. Richmond, Ya. See Richmond Lyceum 
Journal. 

Virginia Medical and Surgical Journal. See Man land 
and Virginia Medical Journal. 

Virginia Medical Journal. See Maryland and Virginia 
Medical Journal. 

Virginia Register. Richmond, Va. V. 1, Xo. 1-8, 1860f? 

Virginia Religious Magazine. Lexington. 1-3, 1805— 
07f? 

Virginia State Agricultural Society. Journal of Trans- 
actions. 1-2, 1853-55 f? 

Visitor. Richmond, Va. 1-2, F. 11, 1809-Ag. 18, 1810f? 
Bi-weekly F. 11, 1809-Ja. 27, 1810; weekly F. 10, 1810f? 

Visitor and Telegraph. See Family Visitor. 

Voice of Masonry. Louisville, Kv. ; Chicago, 111. 1859- 
84f? Moved to Chicago 1861. 

Washington Christian Advocate. Baltimore; etc. 1, 
1859J. 1-32?, 1859-1910? as Baltimore Methodist; V. 
34?-44, Xo. 21, 1912?-Je. 1922 Methodist. Suspended D. 
1920-Ja. 6, 1921. 

Washington Expositor. Containing original essays on 
various subjects connected with general and local policy, 
and with the arts. Washington. 1, Ja. 2, 1808-Ja. 6, 
1809t. 

Washington Literary Gazette. A miscellany of literature, 
science, and the fine arts. Washington. Y. 1-2, Xo. 22, 
D. 5, 1832-Ja. 29, 1835f? D. 5, 1832-S. 13, 1834 as Met- 
ropolitan; a miscellany of literature, science, music. (Sub- 
title varies slightly.) V. 1 closes with Xo. 52, Je. 14, 1834. 
The publication changes to octavo form with V. 2, Xo. 1, 
issued Ag. 16, 1834; Xo. 3-22 called new series. 

Washington Quarterly Magazine of Arts, Sciences, and 
Literature. Washington. Y. 1, Xo. 1-2, Jl. 1823-Ap. 
1824L 

Washington Theological Repository and Churchman's 
Guide. (Episcopalian.) Lnder control of Ed. Soc. of 
Virginia and Maryland. See Theological Repertory and 
Churchman's Guide. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 63 

Washing tonian: and farmers', mechanics', and mer- 
chants' gazette. Washington. V. 1-2, No. 3, My. 26- 
D. 17, 1836f. Suspended O. 22-D. 3. 

Watchman of the South. Richmond, Va. 1-8, Ag. 31, 
1837-J1. 31, 1845f? 

Weekly Magpie. Edgewood, Md. V. 1, No. 8-27, Je. 18- 

O. 29, 1859|. 1-7 were issued in manuscript. 

Weekly Messenger. See Mrs. A. S. Colvin's Weekly Mes- 
senger. 

Weekly Museum. Baltimore, Md. Xo. 1-6, Ja. 8-F. 12, 
1797f? 

Weekly Pilot. Baltimore, Md. 1841-f? 

Weekly Press. New Orleans, La. 1858-f? 

Weekly Union. Washington, D. C. Y. 1, Xo. 1-34, My. 
10, 1845-D. 5, 1846f? 

Weishampel's Literary and Religious Magazine. Balti- 
more. Md. V. 1, No. 1, Jl. 1860-t? 

Wesleyan Christian Advocate. Atlanta, Ga. 1, 1836J. 

Wesleyan Journal. Charles on, S. C. O. 1825-1827f? 
Merged into Christian Advocate. 

Western and Southern Medical Recorder. Lexington , 
Ky. V. 1-2, Xo. 4, X. 1842-Ap. 1843f. Merged^into 
Western Lancet, later Lancet-Clinic. 

Western Arminian and Christian Instructor. Knox- 
ville, Tenn. V. 2. 1826|? 

Western Baptist Review. Frankfort; Louisville, Ky. 1- 
5, S. 1845-5 It.- 1 Merged into Ford's Christian Repository. 

Western Boatman. Xashville, Tenn.; Cincinnati; St. 
Louis. _ No. 1-10, S. 1848-Je. 1849f? Only Xo. 1 pub- 
lished in Tenn. 

Western Continent. Baltimore, Md. 1-3, 1845?-1848f? 

Western Farm Journal. (Kentuckv State Agricultural 
Society.) Louisville, Ky. 1-2, 1856-571? 

Western Journal of Education. Louisville, Ky. 1837- 
38f? 



64 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Louisville, 
Ky. 1-32, 1840-551. Formed by the union of Western 
Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences and Louisville 
Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Continued as Louis- 
ville Review. Also numbered as 1-8, 1840-43; S. 2, V. 1-8, 
1844-47; S. 3, V. 1-12, 1848-53; n.s. (S. 4), V. 1-4, 1854- 
55t. 

Western Literarv and Historical Magazine. Louisville, 
Ky. 1. Ja.-S. 1842+. 

Western Literary Journal and Monthly Review. Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 1844-45. See Southwestern Literary Journal 
and Monthly Review. 

Western Luminarv. Lexington, Ky. 1-11, Jl. 14, 1824- 
35 f? 

Western Messenger. Devoted to religion and literature. 
Cincinnati; Louisville. Ky.; Cincinnati. 1-8. Te. 1835- 
Ap. 1841 1. Suspended N. 1839-Ap. 1840. 

Western Methodist. Nashville, Tenn. 1833 1? 

Western Methodist Preacher. Nashville, Tenn. 1, N. 
1 835-36 t? 

Western Minerva; or. American Annals of Knowledge 
and Literature. Lexington, Ky. No. 1. 1821"j\ 

Western Monitor and Religious Journal. Knoxville, 
Tenn. V. 1-2, Jl. 31, lSlS-Mr. 3, 1820f? 

Western Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal. 

Louisville, Ky.; Cincinnati. 1-5. Ja. 1833-D. 1836; n.s. v. 
1, No. 1-5. F.-Je. 1837f. Continues Illinois Monthly 
Magazine. Subtitle varies. 

Western Presbyterian Herald. See Presbyterian Herald. 

Western Protestant. Bardstown, Ky. 1835— 38f? Merged 

into Presbyterian Herald. 

Western Recorder. Louisville, Ky. 1, 1825 %. 

Western Review and Miscellaneous Magazine. A 

monthlv publication, devoted to literature and science. 
Lexington. Ky. Y. 1-4, No. 6. Ag. 1819— Jl. 1821 1. 

Western School Journal. Louisville, Ky. (or Coving- 
ton?) Ap. 1842-t? 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 65 

Western Teacher's Advocate. Louisville, Ky. 1, 1854f. 

Western Weekly Review. Franklin, Tenn. 1-4, 1832— 
34f? 

Wheler's Southern Monthly Magazine. A reflex of 
literature and art. Athens, Ga. N.s. v. 1-2, No. 1, Jl. 
1849-Ja. 1850f? Separate nos. have title: Jl.-D. 1849, 
Wheler's Magazine; Ja. 1850- Wheler's Monthly Magazine. 
Supersedes The Mistletoe. 

Whig Banner. Nashville, Tenn. No. 1-12, My. 13— Jl. 29, 

1843t. No. 1-20, My. 11-0. 26, 1844f? 

Whitaker's Magazine: the rights of the South. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 1, Jl.-D. 1850|? 

Whitaker's Southern Magazine. Columbia, Ga. 1, Jl. 
1852-Ag. 1853 f. Merged into Southern Eclectic. 

Workingman's Advocate. A monthly publication devoted 
to the political and social advancement of the masses. 
Washington. V. 1, No. 1-10, Je. 1840-Ja. 1841 f? 

Yeoman. Richmond, \"a. Y. 1, No. 1-40, Ja. 15-D. 25. 

1840|? 

Young America. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Y. 1, No. 1, Ja. 1, 
1855-f? 

Young Ladies' Journal of Literature and Science. Bal- 
timore, Md. 1, O. 1830-S. 18311? 

Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 
Proceedings. Washington; N. Y. 1, 1854 J. 

Young's Spirit of South and Central American. A 

chronicle of the turf, field, sports, literature, and the stage. 
Nashville, Tenn.; Louisville, Ky. 1, Ap. 17, 1858-f? 

Youth's Instructor. Washington. 1, 1852J. 

Youth's Monthly Magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 1860-f? 

Zion's Advocate. Washington. 1-, 1854-Mr. 1923f. 



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SECTION II 



Checklist of Southern Periodicals to 1861 
with titles arranged alphabetically by states 



ALABAMA 

Alabama Baptist. Wetumpka, Ala.; Atlanta, Ga.; Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Alabama Baptist Advocate. Marion, Montgomery, Tus- 
kegee, Ala. Became South Western Baptist. 

Alabama Educational Journal. Montgomery, Ala. 

Alabama Educational Journal. Devoted to the cause of 
human progress, education, science, literature, morality. 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Alabama Historical Society. Transactions. 

American Cotton Planter and the Soil of the South. 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Bachelor's Button. A monthly museum of Southern lit- 
erature. — Continued bv Southron. Mobile, Tuscaloosa, 
Ala. 

Crystal Fount. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Educational Journal. Montgomery, Ala. 

Medical Association of the State of Alabama. Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Mobile Literary Gazette. Mobile, Ala. 

Old Zack. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Soil of the South. Montgomery, Ala. Merged into Amer- 
ican Cotton Planter. 

Southern Dial. A monthly magazine devoted mainly to a 
discussion of African slavery and the interests moral, 
social, and political which it involves. Montgomery, Ala. 

Southern Educational Journal. Mobile, Ala. 

Southern Magazine. Mobile, Ala.; Memphis, Term. 

Southern Parlor Magazine. See Southern Magazine. 

Southern Rural Magazine. Montgomery, Ala. 



68 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Southern Teacher. Montgomery, Ala. 

Southern Times. A literary weekly. Montgomery, Ala. 

Southron. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Continued Bachelor's Button. 

Southwestern Baptist. Montgomery, Tuskegee, Ala. See 
Alabama Baptist Advocate. 

Universalist Herald. Xotasulga, Montgomery, Ala. 

Young America. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

ARKANSAS 
Arkansas Baptist. Little Rock, Ark. 
Arkansas Magazine. Little Rock, Ark. 
Arkansas State Temperance Journal. Little Rock, Ark. 

DELAWARE 

Apollo; or, Weekly Literary Magazine. Subtitle varies. 
Wilmington, Del. 

Berean. A religious publication. Wilmington, Del. 

Christian Repository. Wilmington, Del. 

Delaware Register; or. Farmers', Manufacturers', and 
Mechanics' Advocate, containing a variety of original 
and selected articles. Wilmington, Del. 

Delaware Register and Farmers' Magazine. Dover, Del. 
Contains annals of Delaware. 

Delaware School Journal. Wilmington, Del. 

Freewill Baptist Quarterly. Providence, R. I.; Dover, 
Del. 

Middle States Medical Reformer. Mildford, Del.; etc. 
Subtitle varies. Continued as Eclectic Medical Journal of 
Philadelphia, later Philadelphia University Journal of 
Medicine and Surgery. 

Pathological Society of Philadelphia. Wilmington, Del. 
Continued in Archives of Pathology. 

Political Primer, or a hornbook for Jacksonites. Dover, 
Del. 



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SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 69 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
■ , The by Nonius Nondescript. Washington City. 

Advent Review and Sabbath Herald. Washington, etc. 
1 Second Advent and Sabbath Herald. Continues Present 

Truth. 

Advocate of Peace. (American Peace Society.) Boston; 
Washington. 

African Intelligencer. Washington. 

African Repository. (American Colonization Society.) 
Washington. 1-25 as African Repository and Colonial 
Journal. 

Agricultural Museum. Georgetown, D. C. 

American Annals of the Deaf. Washington. 

American Archives. Containing a documentary history of 
the English colonies in North America, from the King's 
message to Parliament, of March 7, 1774, to the Declaration 
of Independence by the United States. Washington. 

American Botanical Register. Washington. 

American Colonization Society. Annual Report. Wash- 
ington. 

American Critic and General Review. Washington. 

American Farmer. Baltimore; Washington. 

American Historical Society. Transactions. Wash- 
ington. 

American Journal of Improvements in the Usfeul Arts, 
and Mirror of the Patent Office in the United States. 

Washington. 

American Museum and Repository of Arts and Sciences. 

Washington. 

American Recorder. Washington. (Grouard.) 

American Recorder; or, Monthly History of Politics, 
Science, and Literature. Washington. (Wm. Greer.) 

Annals of Congress. (Gales.) Washington. 

Army and Navy Chronicle. Washington. Continued as 
Army and Navy Chronicle, and Scientific Repository. 




70 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Army and Navy Chronicle, and Scientific Repository. 

Washington. Continued Army and Navy Chronicle. 

Banner of the Constitution. Washington. Continues 
Free Trade Advocate. 

Battery. Washington, D. C. 

Campaign. Washington. 1848-49. 

Campaign. Washington. 1852-53. 

Catholic Journal. Washington. 

Champagne Club. A chronicle and critic of military and 
fashionable events and things, and criminal record of lit- 
erary and other misdoings. Washington. 

Christian Index. Washington; Philadelphia; Washington, 
Ga. ; Penfield, Ga. ; Atlanta, Ga. First volumes — Colum- 
bian Star. 

Columbia Register. Washington; Baltimore. 

Columbian Star, later Christian Index. Washington. 

Colvin's Weekly Register. Washington. Continued as 
Monitor. 

Comet. Washington. 

Democratic Expositor and United States Journal for 
the Country. Washington. Continues Kendall's Expos- 
itor. 

Dollar Globe. Washington. 

Facts for the People. Washington. 

Georgetown University. Observatory annals. George- 
town, D. C. 

Greennough's American Polytechnic Journal. A new 
monthly periodical of science, mechanic arts, and engi- 
neering. Washington; N, Y. 

Historical Register of the U. S. Washington. 

Hive; or, Repository of Literature. Washington. 

Huntress. Washington. Supersedes Paul Pry. 

Investigator; religious, moral, scientific, etc. Washington. 
(See Investjgator and Advocate of Independence.) 



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SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 71 

Investigator and Advocate of Independence. Science, 
religion, literature, etc. Washington. Subtitle varies. 

Journal of Education. (De Bow.) Washington. 

Kendall's Expositor. Containing an epitome of the pro- 
ceedings of Congress and dissertations upon currency 
exchanges, the tariff, and other subjects, with a summary 
of current events. Washington. Superseded by Demo- 
cratic Expositor. 

Latter Day Luminary. Philadelphia; Washington. 

Metropolitan. A miscellany of literature, science, and 
music. Washington. 

Military and Naval Magazine of the United States. 

Washington. Merged into Army and Navy Chronicle. 

Mirror of the Patent Office, and American Journal of 
Improvements in the Useful Arts. Washington. 

Mrs. A. S. Colvin's Weekly Messenger. Washington, 
D.C. 

National Democratic Quarterly Review. Washington 
City. 

National Democratic Review. Washington. 

National Era. Washington. 

National Government Journal, and Register of Official 
Papers. Washington. 

National Institute for the Promotion of Science. Wash- 
ington. 

National Magazine; or, Cabinet of the U. S. Washing- 
ington, I). C. Continues National Magazine, Richmond. 

National Magazine and Republican Review. Washing- 
ton. 

National Recorder. Washington. See Saturdav Magazine, 
Philadelphia. 

National Recorder of Religious and Literary Intelli- 
gence. Washington. 

National Register. A weekly paper, continuing a series 
of the important public documents, and the proceedings 
of Congress. Washington. 




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72 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Paul Pry. Washington. Superseded by Huntress. 

Phrenological Society of Washington. 

Political Register. Washington. Supersedes U. S. Weekly 
Telegraph. 

Quarterly Journal of Agriculture. (U. S. Agricultural 
Society.) Washington. 

Register and Library of Medical and Chirurgical Sci- 
ence. Washington. 

Register of Debates in Congress. Washington. Con- 
tinues Annals of Congress. 

Religious Examiner. Washington, D. C. 

Scientific Mechanic. X. Y.; Washington. 

Scourge. Washington. 

Seer. (Orson Pratt.) Washington; London. 

Signal. Washington. 

Spectator. Washington. D. C. 

Theological Repertory, and Churchman's Guide. 

Washington. 

True Union. Baltimore, Aid. Washington. 
United States Agricultural Society. Washington. 

United States Agriculturist and Farmers' Report. 

Washington; Cincinnati, O. 

United States Democratic Review. Washington; X. Y. 
Title varies. 

United States Naval Chronicle. Washington, D. C. 

United States Telegraph — extra. Washington. 1828-29. 

United States Telegraph — extra. Washington. 1832. 

United States Weekly Telegraph. Washington. Super- 
seded by Political Register. 

Universal Traveller. Washington, D. C. 

Washington Expositor. Containing original essays on 
various subjects connected with general and local policy, 
and with the arts. Washington. 




'SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 73 

Washington Literary Gazette. A miscellany of literature, 
science, and the fine arts. Washington. 1832-34 Met- 

ropolitan; a miscellany of literature, science, and music. 
(Subtitle varies slightly.) 

Washington Quarterly Magazine of Arts, Science, and 
Literature. Washington. 

Washington Theological Repository and Churchman's 
Guide. See Theological Repertory and Churchman's 
Guide. 

Washingtonian: and farmers', mechanics', and mer- 
chants' gazette. Washington. 

Weekly Union. Washington, D. C. 

Workingman's Advocate. A monthly publication devoted 
to the political and social advancement of the masses. 
Washington. 

Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 

Washington; X. Y. 

Youth's Instructor. Washington. 
Zion's Advocate. Washington. 

FLORIDA 
Franklin Patriot. Apalachicola, Fla. 
Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida. 

GEORGIA 

Alabama Baptist. Wetumpka, Ala.; Atlanta, Ga.; Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Arminian Magazine. Rome, Ga. 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. (Fulton County 
Medical Society.) Atlanta, Ga. 

Augusta Mirror. A semi-monthly journal, devoted to 
polite literature, useful intelligence, and the arts. Augusta, 
Ga. 

Baptist Expositor. 

Christian Index. Washington; Philadelphia; Washington, 
Ga.; Penfield, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga. 

Christian Union. Atlanta, Ga.; etc. 




74 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

College Miscellany. Covington, Ga. 

Educational Journal. Forsyth, Ga. 

Educational Journal and Family Monthly. Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Educational Repository and Family Monthly. (.Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, South. Educational Institute.) 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Evangelical Universalist. Macon, Ga. 

Family Companion and Ladies' Mirror. Macon, Ga. 

Fly Leaf. Newnan, Ga. 

Friend of the Family. Devoted to literature, science, and 
art, The Sons of Temperance, Odd Fellowship, Masonry, 
and general intelligence. Savannah, Ga. 

Georgia Analytical Repository. Savannah, Ga. 

Georgia Blister and Critic. Atlanta, Ga. 

Georgia Botanic Journal and College Sentinel. Macon, 
Ga. 

Georgia Crusader. Penneld; Atlanta, Ga. 

Georgia Gazette. A literary quarto. (William Henry Peck.) 

Georgia Historical Society. 

Georgia Medical and Surgical Encyclopedia. Sanders- 

ville, Ga. 

Gleanings of Husbandry. Augusta, Ga. 

Harp. Augusta, Ga. 

Horn of Mirth. Athens, Ga. 

Hygienic and Literary Magazine. Atlanta, Ga. Con- 
tinues Medical and Literary Weekly. 

Knight of Jericho. Atlanta, Ga. 

Ladies' Magazine. Savannah, Ga. 

Landmark Banner and Cherokee Baptist. Rome, Ga.; 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Literary and Temperance Crusader. Penneld, Ga. See 
Georgia Crusader. 

Literary Casket. Fayetteville, Ga. 




SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 75 

Literary Weekly. Greenville; Atlanta, Ga. 

Madison (Georgia) Family Visitor. Morgan County, Ga. 

Magnolia; or, Southern Apalachian. A literary maga- 
zine and monthly review. Macon; Savannah; Charleston, 
S. C. 

Masonic Journal. Marietta, Ga. 

Masonic Signet. Atlanta, Ga. 

Masonic Signet and Journal. Marietta; Atlanta, Ga. 

Medical and Literary Weekly. Atlanta, Ga. 

Medical and Surgical Journal. Atlanta, Ga. 

Medical Association of Georgia. 

Miscellany. Madison, Ga. 

Mistletoe. Athens, Ga. 

Monthly Miscellany. Atlanta, Ga.; Richmond; New Or- 
leans. 

Olive Branch. Atlanta, Ga. 

Orion. A monthlv magazine of literature and art. Penfield, 
Ga. 

Park's Reform Medical and Family Journal. Lumpkin, 
Ga. 

Plantation. A Southern Journal. X. Y. and Eatonton, Ga. 

Progressionist. Xewnan, Ga. 

Roath's Monthly Magazine. Athens; Augusta, Ga. 

Savannah Journal of Medicine. Savannah, Ga. 

Savannah Literary Messenger. Savannah, Ga. 

Schoolfellow. A magazine for boys and girls. Athens, Ga.; 
Charleston, S. C. 

Soil of the South. Columbus, Ga. 

South Countryman. Marietta, Ga. 

Southern Baptist Messenger. Covington, Ga. 

Southern Botanic Journal. Charleston, S. C; Forsyth, 
Ga. 




76 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Southern Botanico-Medical College Journal. Forsyth, 

Ga. 

Southern Botanico-Medical Journal. Forsyth, Ga. 

Southern Botanico-Medical Reformer. Macon, Ga. 

Southern Cultivator. Augusta; Athens; Atlanta, Ga. 

Southern Dental Examiner. Atlanta, Ga. 

Southern Eclectic. A monthly magazine, composed of 
selections from the leading periodicals of Europe, with 
original contributions from the pens of Southern writers. 
Augusta, Ga. 

Southern Field and Fireside. Augusta, Ga. 

Southern Journal of Education. Ga. 

Southern Ladies' Book. See Magnolia. Macon, Ga. 

Southern Literary Companion. Xewnan, Ga. 

Southern Literary Gazette. An illustrated weekly Jour- 
nal of Belles-lettres, science, and the arts. Athens, Ga. 

Southern Medical and Surgical Journal. Augusta, Ga. 

Southern Medical Reformer. Forsyth, Ga. 

Southern Medical Reformer and Review. Macon, Ga. 

Southern Miscellany. See Miscellany. 

Southern School Journal. Columbus; Madison; Macon. 

Southern Silk Grower and Agricultural Register. 

Athens, Ga. 

Southern Silk Journal and Farmers' Register. Colum- 
bus, Ga. 

Temperance Banner and Total Abstinence Advocate. 

Washington, Ga. 

Temperance Crusader. See Georgia Crusader. 

Wesleyan Christian Advocate. Atlanta, Ga. 

Wheler's Southern Monthly Magazine. A reflex of lit- 
erature and art. Athens, Ga. 

Whitaker's Southern Magazine. Columbia, Ga. 




SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 77 



KENTUCKY 
Abolition Intelligencer and Missionary Magazine. 

Shelbyville, Ky. 

Alethian Critic; or, Error Exposed. Lexington, Ky. 

Almoner. A periodical religious publication. Lexington, 

Ky. 

American Freemason's Magazine. Louisville, Ky. ; X. Y. 

American Indian Mission Association. Proceedings. 

Louisville, Ky. See also Indian Advocate. 

Annals of Nature; fir, Annual Synopsis of New Genera 

and Species of Animals in North America. Lexington, 
Ky. 

Baptist Banner and Western Pioneer. Louisville, Ky. 

Baptist Chronicle and Literarv Register. Georgetown, 
Ky. 

Bon Ton. Louisville, Ky. 

Campaign. Frankfort, Ky. 

Catholic Advocate. Louisville, Ky. 

Christian Intelligencer and Southern Methodist. A 

periodical devoted to religion, science, and art. George- 
town, Ky. 

Christian Messenger. Georgetown, Ky.; Jacksonville, 111. 

Christian Monitor. Frankfort, Ky. 

Christian Observer and St. Loviis Presbyterian. Phila- 
delphia; Louisville, Ky. 

Christian Panoplist. Versailles, Ky. 

Christian Preacher. Georgetown, Ky. 

Christian Register. Lexington, Ky. 

Christian Teacher. Lexington; Paris, Ky. 

Chronicle of Western Literature. Louisville, Ky. 

Church Advocate. Lexington, Ky. 

Coiman's Rural World. St. Louis, Mo. 48-64 as Valley 
Farmer. St. Louis, Mo.; Louisville, Ky. Merged into 
Journal of Agriculture. 




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78 SOUTHERN PERIODIC lLS 



Dollar Farmer. Louisville, Ky. 

Ecclesiastical Reformer. Frankfort; Lexington, Ky. 

Eclectic Institute Journal of Education. Lexington, Ky. 

Educational Monthly. Louisville, Ky. Continues Ken- 
tucky Family Journal. 

Evangelical Record, and Western Review. Lexington, 
Ky. 

Farmer's Library ; or, Ohio Intelligencer. Louisville, Ky. 

Focus of Politics, Commerce, and Literature. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Ford's Christian Repository. Louisville; St. Louis. 

Franklin Farmer. Frankfort; Lexington, Ky. 

Freemason. Louisville, Ky. 

Garden. Bardstown, Ky. 

Good Templar. Louisville, Ky. 

Gospel Herald of the Kentucky Annual Conference of 
the M. E. Church. Lexington, Ky. 

Guardian. Louisville, Ky. 

Harbinger of Mississippi Valley. Frankfort, Ky. 

Harris's Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 

Indian Advocate. (American Indian Mission Association.) 
Louisville, Ky. 

Journal of Belles Lettres. Lexington, Ky. 

Kentucky Family Journal. Louisville, Ky. 

Kentucky Farmer. Frankfort, Ky. 

Kentucky Garland. Covington, Ky. 

Kentucky Medical Recorder. Louisville, Ky. 

Kentucky New Era. Louisville, Ky. 

Kentucky State Agricultural Society. Frankfort, Ky. 
See also Western Farm Journal. 

Kentucky State Horticultural Society. Frankfort, Ky. 

Kentucky State Medical Society. Frankfort, Ky. Later 
Kentucky Medical Journal. 




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Lexington Literary Journal. Lexington, Ky. 

Literary News Letter. Louisville, Ky. See Louisville 
Literary News Letter. 

Literary Pamphleteer. Paris, Ky. 

Louisville Examiner. Louisville, Ky. 

Louisville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Louisville, 
Ky. Merged into Western Journal of Medicine and Sur- 
gery. 

Louisville Literary News-letter. Devoted to news, science, 
literature, and the arts. Louisville, Ky. 

Louisville Medical Gazette. Louisville, Ky. 

Louisville Medical Journal. Louisville, Ky. 

Louisville Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. 

Louisville Review. Louisville, Ky. 

Masonic Mirror. Covington, Ky. 

Masonic Mirror. Maysville, Ky. 

Masonic Miscellany and Ladies' Literary Magazine. 

Lexington, Ky. 

Medley; or, Monthly Miscellany. Lexington, Ky. 

Methodist Review. Louisville; Nashville. 

Microscope. Louisville, Ky.; New Albany, Ind. 

Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. 

North American Literary and Political Register. Lex- 
ington, Ky. 

Old Guard. Frankfort, Ky. 

Patriot. Frankfort, Ky. 

Pedobaptist. Danville, Ky. 

Presbyterian Advocate. A monthly magazine conducted 
by an association of ministers. Lexington, Ky. 

Presbyterian Herald. Bardstown, Ky.; etc. 

Quarterly Review of Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. Louisville, Ky.; Richmond, Va. ; Nashville, Tenn. 

Semi-Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. 




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Shaffner's Telegraph Companion. Devoted to the sci- 
ence and art of the Morse American Telegraph. N. Y.; 
Louisville, Ky. 

Southerner. Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Southwestern School Journal. Louisville, Ky. 

Spirit of '76. Frankfort, Ky. 

Tramontane Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 

Transylvania; or, Lexington Literary Journal. Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 

Transylvania Journal of Medicine and the Associate 
Sciences. Lexington, Ky. 

Transylvania Literary Journal. Lexington, Ky. 

Valley Farmer. St. Louis, Mo.; Louisville, Ky. See Col- 
man's Rural World. 

Voice of Masonry. Louisville, Ky.; Chicago, 111. 

Western and Southern Medical Recorder. Lexington, 
Ky. 

Western Baptist Review. Frankfort; Louisville, Ky. 

Western Farm Journal. (Kentucky State Agricultural 
Society.) Louisville, Ky. 

Western Journal of Education. Louisville, Ky. 

Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Louisville, 
Ky. Formed by the union of Western Journal of the 
Medical and Physical Sciences and Louisville Journal of 
Medicine and Surgery. Continued as Louisville Review. 

Western Literary and Historical Magazine. Louisville, 
Ky. 

Western Luminary. Lexington, Ky. 

Western Messenger. Devoted to religion and literature. 
Cincinnati; Louisville, Ky.; Cincinnati. 

Western Minerva; or, American Annals of Knowledge 
and Literature. Lexington, Ky. 

Western Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal. 

Louisville, Ky. Supersedes Illinois Monthly Magazine. 




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Western Protestant. Bardstown, Ky. Merged into 
Presbyterian Herald. 

Western Recorder. Louisville, Ky. 

Western Review and Miscellaneous Magazine. A 

monthly publication, devoted to literature and science. 
Lexington, Ky. 

Western School Journal. Louisville, Ky. 

Western Teacher's Advocate. Louisville, Ky. 

Young's Spirit of South and Central America. A chron- 
icle of the turf, field, sports, literature, and the stage. 
Nashville, Tenn.; Louisville, Ky. 

LOUISIANA 
Album Litteraire. New Orleans, La. 
Album Louisianais. New Orleans, La. 
Charivari Louisianais. New Orleans, La. 
Christian Advocate. New Orleans, La. 
Chronique. New Orleans, La. 

Commercial Bulletin. Price current and shipping list. 
New Orleans, La. 

Commercial Review of the South and West. See De 

Bow's Review. 

Corsaire Louisianais, feuille hebdomadaire. New 

Orleans, La. 

Coup d'Oeil. New Orleans, La. 

Creole, Gazette des salons, des arts, et des modes. New 

Orleans, La. 

De Bow's Review. Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial, 
progress and resources. New Orleans, La. 

Delta. New Orleans, La. 

Dental Obturator. New Orleans, La. 

Economiste. Baton Rouge, La. 

Entra'acte. New Orleans, La. 1834. 

Entra'acte. New Orleans, La. 1850-51. 




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Evantail. New Orleans, La. 

Franco-Macon Louisianais. New Orleans, La. 

Grelot. New Orleans, La. 

Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida. 

Homoion. New Orleans, La. 

Jewish Ledger. New Orleans, La. 

Journal de la Societe Medicale de la Nouvelle-Orleans. 

1839. 

Journal de la Societe Medicale de la Nouvelle-Orleans. 

1859-1861. 

Journal of Education. New Orleans, La. 
Loge d' Opera. New Orleans, La. 
Lorgnette. New Orleans, La. 
Louisiana Law Journal. New Orleans, La. 

Louisiana Merchant's and Planter's Almanac. New 

Orleans, La. 

Louisiana Recorder. Devoted to the arts, and sciences, 
literature, and religion. New Orleans, La. 

Louisiana State Medical Society. 

Magnolia Magazine. Baton Rouge, La. 

Masonic Messenger. New Orleans, La. 

Medical and Surgical Journal. New Orleans, La. 

Moniteur du Sud. New Orleans, La. 

Monthly Miscellany. Atlanta, Ga.; Richmond; Xew 
Orleans. 

New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal. New 

Orleans, La. 

New Orleans Medical News and Hospital Gazette. Xew 

Orleans, La. Continues Xew Orleans Monthly Medical 
Register. Continued as Xew Orleans Medical Times. 

New Orleans Miscellany. A monthly periodical devoted 
to the interests of popular science and advancement of 
Southern literature. Xew Orleans, La. 



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New Orleans Monthly Medical Register. New Orleans, 

La. 

New Orleans Noesis; or, Journal of Intellectual Amuse- 
ment. Popular literature, science, and arts. New Orleans, 
La. 

New Orleans Price Current. See Commercial Bulletin, etc. 

Omnibus. New Orleans, La. 

Parlor Magazine. Devoted to literature, science, and gen- 
eral intelligence. New Orleans, La. 

Passe Terns. Politique et Litteraire. New Orleans, La. 

Polyglotte. New Orleans, La. 

Practicien Homeopathique. New Orleans, La. 

Propagateur Catholique, journal des families. New 

Orleans, La. 

Reforme. New Orleans, La. 

Revue louisianaise. (Societe litteraire et typographique 
de la Nouvelle-Orleans.) New Orleans, La. 

Semaine Litteraire: revue franco- Americaine. New 

Orleans, La. 

Southern Aurora. Baton Rouge, La. 

Southern Lady's Book. New Orleans, La. 

Southern Medical Reports. New Orleans, La. 

Southern Quarterly Review. New Orleans; Charleston, 
etc. 

Southwestern Baptist Chronicle. New Orleans, La. 

Spiritualiste de la Nouvelle-Orleans; echo mensuel. 

New Orleans, La. 

Taenarion. New Orleans, La. 

Union Medicale de la Louisiane. New Orleans, La. 

Veillees Louisianaises. New Orleans, La. 

Violette, revue musicale et litteraire. New Orleans, La. 

Weekly Press. New Orleans, La. 




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MARYLAND 

Allgemeine deutsche schulzeitung. Baltimore, Md. 
American Farmer. Baltimore; Washington. 
American Journal of Dental Science. Baltimore, Md. 

American Law Journal, and Miscellaneous Repository. 

Baltimore, Md. 

American Museum of Literature and the Arts. Balti- 
more, Md. 1 as The American Museum of science, lit- 
erature, and the arts. 

American Silk Society. Journal of the American Silk 
Society, and Rural Economist. Baltimore, Md. 

American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine. Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Annals of the Propagation of the Faith. (Society for the 
Propagation of the Faith.) Baltimore, Md. Merged into 
Catholic Missions. 

Baltimore Athenaeum. Baltimore, Md. Separate num- 
bers have title: Baltimore Young Men's Paper. 

Baltimore Christian Advocate. See Baltimore and Rich- 
mond Christian Advocate. 

Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine. Balti- 
more, Md. Continued as Spirit of the XIX Century. 

Baltimore Literary Monument. Baltimore, Md. Con- 
tinues Baltimore Monument. 

Baltimore Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore Medical and Philosophical Lyceum. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Baltimore Medical and Physical Recorder. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Baltimore Medical and Surgical Journal and Review. 

Baltimore, Md. Continued as North American Archives 
of Medical and Surgical Science. 

Baltimore Methodist. See Washington Christian Advocate. 

Baltimore Minerva. Baltimore, Md. Merged with Em- 
erald and Baltimore Literary Gazette and was called Bal- 
timore Minerva and Emerald until 1830, when it became 
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Baltimore Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore Monument. A weekly journal, devoted to 
polite literature, science, and the tine arts. Continued as 
Baltimore Literary Monument. 

Baltimore Philosophical Journal and Review. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Baltimore Phoenix and Budget. Baltimore, Aid. 

Baltimore Repertory of papers on literary and other topics, 
including a selection of English dramas. Baltimore, Aid. 

Baltimore Saturday Visiter. Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore Weekly Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore Young Men's Paper. See Baltimore Athe- 
naeum. 

Banker's Magazine. X. Y.; Baltimore, Md. Continues 
Banker's Weekly Circular and statistical record. Subtitle 
varies. 

Catholic Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Catholic Mirror. Baltimore, Md. Continues United 
States Catholic Magazine. 

Catholic Youth's Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Child of Pallas. Baltimore, Md. 

Christian Messenger. (Russell.) Baltimore, Md. 

Christian Review. Boston; X. Y. ; Baltimore; and Roch- 
ester. Merged into Bibliotheca Sacra. 

Civil, Military, and Naval Gazette. Devoted to the 
interest of the citizen, soldier, and sailor. Annapolis, Md. 

Cohen's Gazette and Lottery Register. Baltimore, Md. 

Columbia Register. Washington; Baltimore, Md. 

Companion and Weekly Miscellany. Baltimore, Md. 
Continued as Observer. 

Cotton Plant. Baltimore, Md. 

Covenant. A monthly magazine devoted to the cause of 
Odd-Fellowship. Baltimore, Md. 




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Crystal Fount. A monthly magazine devoted to the order 
Sons of Temperance, temperance, and literature. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Dental Enterprise. Baltimore, Md. 

Dental Times and Advertiser. Baltimore, Md. 

Deutsch-Amerikanische Didaskalia. Baltimore, Md. 

Didaskalia. See Deutsch-Amerikanische Didaskalia. 

Educator. Baltimore, Md. 

Emerald. Baltimore, Md. 

Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Episcopal Methodist. Baltimore, Md. 

Evangelical and Literary Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 
See Literary and Evangelical Magazine. Richmond, Va., 
etc. 

Evangelical Lutheran Intelligencer. Containing his- 
torical, biographical, and religious memoirs with essays on 
the doctrines of Luther. Frederick, Md. 

Fackel. Literaturblatt Zur Forderung Geistiger freiheit. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Family Journal. Baltimore, Md. 

Farm and Gardener. Baltimore, Md. See American 
Farmer. 

Farmer's Book; or, Western Maryland Farmer. Fred- 
erick, Md. 

Free Universal Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

General Magazine and Impartial Review. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Genius of Universal Emancipation. Mount Pleasant, 0. ; 
Greenville, Term.; Philadelphia; Baltimore, etc. Con- 
tinued as Genius of Liberty. Subtitle varies. 

Guardian of Health. A monthly journal of domestic 
hygiene. Baltimore, Md. 

Itinerant; or, Wesleyan Methodist Visitor. Baltimore, 
Md. 




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Journal of Agriculture. Baltimore, Md. 

Journal of Times. Baltimore, Md. Superseded by Morn- 
ing Chronicle. 

Katholische Volkszeitung. Baltimore, Md. 

Key. Frederick Town, Md. 

Ladies' Literary Bouquet. Baltimore, Md. 

Lutheran Observer and Weekly Literary Religious Vis- 
itor. Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland - University. Department of Pharmacy. Journal 
and Transactions. 

Maryland Academy of Sciences. Baltimore, Md. 1 as 
Transactions of Maryland Academy of science and liter- 
ature. 

Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal. Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland College of Pharmacy. Baltimore, Md. See 
also Pharmaceutical Review. Baltimore. 

Maryland Colonization Journal. (Maryland State Colon- 
ization Society.) Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland Historical Society. See also Archives of Mary- 
land; Maryland Historical Magazine. 

Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the Mechanic 
Arts. 

Maryland Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland Medical and Surgical Journal. (Medical and 
Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland.) Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland Medical Recorder. Devoted to the medical 
science in general. Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland Pocket Magazine. 

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Mary- 
land. 

Medical and Physical Recorder. Baltimore, Md. 

Methodist Protestant. Baltimore, Md. 

Metropolitan. A monthly magazine, devoted to the reli- 
gion, education, literature, and general information. Bal- 
timore, Md. 




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Metropolitan; or, Catholic Monthly Magazine. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Minerva. Baltimore, Aid. United with Emerald and Bal- 
timore Literary Gazette. 

Mirror. Baltimore, Md. 

Monitor. Baltimore, Md. 

Monthly Mirror; or, Maryland Museum. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Moonshine. (Lunarian Society.) Baltimore, Md. 

Morning Chronicle. Baltimore, Md. Supersedes Journal 
of the Times. Baltimore, Md. 

Musical Magazine. Cheshire, Conn.; Baltimore; Phila- 
delphia. 

Mutual Rights and Methodist Protestant. Baltimore, 
Md. Running title: Methodist Protestant. 

National Magazine; or, Lady's Emporium. Baltimore, 
Md. 

National Museum and Weekly Gazette. Baltimore, Md. 

Niles' National Register. Philadelphia; Baltimore. 1-6 
Weekly Register. 

North American; or, Weekly Journal of Politics, Sci- 
ence, and Literature. Baltimore, Md. 

North American Archives of Medical and Surgical Sci- 
ence. Baltimore, Md. Continues Baltimore Medical 
and Surgical Journal and Review. 

Observer. Baltimore, Md. Preceded by Companion and 
Weekly Miscellany. 

Our Country. Hagerstown, Md. 

Parlor Gazette and Ladies' Advertiser. Baltimore, Md. 

Portico. A repertory of science and literature. Baltimore, 
Md. Subtitle varies. 

Presbyterian Critic. Baltimore; Philadelphia. 
Principle. N.Y.; Baltimore. 

Public School Teacher's Association. Baltimore. 
Quodlibetarian. (Medfield Literary Society.) Medfield, Md. 




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Red Book. Baltimore, Aid. 

Reformer and People's Advocate. Frederick, Md. 

Religious Cabinet. Baltimore, Md. See U. S. Catholic 
Magazine. 

Repertory of Papers on Literature and Other Topics. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Robinson's Magazine. A weekly repository of original 
papers; and selections from the English Magazines. Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Rural Register. Baltimore, Md. 

Saturday Visiter. See Baltimore Saturday Visitor. 

Scourge. Baltimore, Md. 

Sinai, ein organ fur erkenntniss und veredlung des 
Judenthums. Baltimore, Md. 

Southern Baptist Convention. Proceedings. Balti- 
more; Richmond; etc. 

Southern Lady's Magazine. A monthly magazine of lit- 
erature, art, and science. Baltimore, Md. Caption: Gar- 
land's Lady's Magazine. 

Southern Pioneer and Gospel Visiter. Baltimore; Rich- 
mond. Merged into Universalist Union. 

Spirit of the XIX Century. Baltimore, Md. Continues 
Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine. 

Theological Review and General Repository of Religious 
and Moral Information. Baltimore, Md. 

True Union. Baltimore, Md.; Washington. 

Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor. Balti- 
more, Md. 

United States Catholic Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 1842 
Religious Cabinet. 1843 United States Catholic Magazine. 
1844-48 United States Catholic Magazine and Monthly 
Review. Continued by Catholic Mirror. 

Universalist Circulating Family Library. Baltimore, Md. 

Vaccine Inquirer. Baltimore, Md. 

Washington Christian Advocate. Baltimore, etc. 1-32? 
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Weekly Magpie. Edgewood, Aid. 

Weekly Museum. Baltimore, Aid. 

Weekly Pilot. Baltimore, Md. 

Weishampel's Literary and Religious Magazine. Balti- 
more, Md. 

Western Continent. Baltimore, Md. 

Young Ladies' Journal of Literature and Science. Bal- 
timore, Md. 

MISSISSIPPI 
Acacia. Natchez, Miss. 

American Union and Republican Review. Jackson, 
Miss. 

Ariel. Natchez, Miss. 

Botanic Investigator. Vicksburg, Miss. 

Mississippi Baptist. Jackson, Miss. 

Southwestern Farmer. A weekly journal designed to 
improve the soil and the mind. Raymond, Miss. 

Southwestern Journal. A magazine of science, literature, 
and miscellany. Natchez, Miss. 

True Baptist. Jackson, Miss. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Arator. Devoted to Agriculture and its Kindred Arts. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Baptist Interpreter. Raleigh, N. C. Continued as Bib- 
lical Recorder. 

Biblical Recorder. Raleigh, N. C. 

Carolina Cultivator. Raleigh, N. C. 

Carolina Law Repository. Raleigh, N. C. 

Christian Advocate. Raleigh, N. C. See Raleigh Chris- 
tian Advocate. 

Church Intelligencer. Raleigh, N. C. 

Evangelical Museum. Fayetteville, N. C. 

Evergreen. Ashborough, N. C. 




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Farmers' Journal. (Tompkins) Bath, X. C. 

Harbinger. Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Man of Business. New Salem, X. C. 

Medical Journal of North Carolina. (State Medical So- 
ciety.) Edenton; Raleigh. 

Medical Society of the State of North Carolina. 

Message. Greensboro, X. C. 

North Carolina Baptist Interpreter. Edenton, X. C. 

North Carolina Christian Advocate. Greensboro. X. C. 

North Carolina Common School Journal. 

North Carolina Farmer. Raleigh, X. C. 

North Carolina Journal of Education. Greensboro. 

North Carolina Magazine; or, Universal Intelligencer. 

Xewbern. 

North Carolina Magazine. Political, Historical, and -Mis- 
cellaneous. 

North Carolina Planter. Devoted to Agriculture, Horti- 
culture, and the mechanic arts. Raleigh. X. C. 

North Carolina Presbyterian. Fayetteville, X. C. 

North Carolina Telegraph. Fayetteville, X. C. 

Oxford Mercury. Oxford, X. C. Xorth Carolina Journal 
of Education. 

Presbyterian Preacher. Fayetteville, X. C. 

Presbyterian Standard. Charlotte, X. C. 

Primitive Baptist. A semi-monthly periodical. Tarbor- 
ough, X. C. 

Raleigh Christian Advocate. Raleigh, X. C. 1- as 
Christian Advocate. Merged into Xorth Carolina Chris- 
tian Advocate. 

Southern Index. Ashborough, X. C. 

Steadman's Magazine. Raleigh, X. C. 




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SOUTH CAROLINA 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian. Due West, S. C. 

Bouquet. Charleston, S. C. 

Camden Miscellany. Camden, S. C. 

Carolina Baptist. A monthly magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Carolina Journal of Medicine, Science, and Agriculture. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Carolina Law Journal. Columbia, S. C. 

Carolina Planter. Columbia, S. C. Merged into Farmers' 
Re ister. 

Carolina Planter. A monthly register for the state and 
local societies. Columbia, S. C. 

Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. See United States 
Catholic Miscellany. 

Charleston Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston Medical Journal and Review. Charleston, 
S. C. 1-2 as Southern Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Charleston Medical Register. Charleston, S. C. 

Chicora. Belle-lettres weekly. Merged into Magnolia. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Christian Magazine of the South. Columbia, S. C. 

Cosmopolitan. Charleston, S. C. 

Courant. A Southern literary journal. Columbia, S. C. 

Elliott Society of Natural History. Charleston, S. C. 

Encyclopedia. Yorkville, S. C. 

Farmer and Planter Monthly. Pendleton; Columbia, 
S. C. 

Farmers' Advocate and Miscellaneous Reporter. James- 
town, S. C. 

Floral Wreath and Ladies' Monthly Magazine. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Gospel Messenger. Charleston, S. C. 

Illustrated Family Friend. Columbia, S. C. 



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Interpreter. A semi-monthly journal, devoted to English, 
French, Spanish, Italian, and German languages. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Irishman and Southern Democrat. Charleston, S. C. 

Literary Miscellany and Monthly Review of the U. S. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Magnolia; or, Southern Apalachian. A literary maga- 
zine and monthly review. Macon, Savannah, Georgia; 
Charleston, S. C. 

Monthly Register, Magazine, and Review of the U. S. 

Charleston, S. C. Titles vary slightly. 

Morning Watch. Devoted to religious reformation and the 
millennial reign of Christ. Evergreen, S. C. 

Occasional Reviews. Charleston, S. C. 

People's Medical Gazette. Abbeville, S. C. 

Philidorian. Charleston, S. C. 

Pleiades. A weekly literary gazette. Charleston, S. C. 

Polyglot. A monthly magazine devoted to modern lan- 
guages. Charleston, S. C. 

Quiver. Charleston, S. C. 

Rambler. An Abstract and brief Chronicle of the Times. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Reasoner. Columbia, S. C. 

Rosebud; or, Youth's Gazette. See Southern Rosebud. 

Russell's Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Schoolfellow. A magazine for boys and girls. Athens, Ga.; 
Charleston, S. C; New York. 

Sears' Monthly Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Self-Instructor. Charleston, S. C. 

Simm's Monthly Magazine. See Southern and Western 
Monthly Magazine and Review. 

South Carolina Agricultural Society. Columbia, S. C. 

South Carolina Agriculturist. Columbia, S. C. 

South Carolina Historical Society. 



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South Carolina Medical Association. 

South Carolina Temperance Advocate. Columbia, S. C. 

South Carolina Weekly Museum, etc. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Agriculturist. Laurensville, S. C. 

Southern Agriculturist, Horticulturist, and Register of 
Rural Affairs. Charleston, S. C. 1-12 as Southern 
Agriculturist and register of rural affairs; 1840 Southern 
Cabinet of Agriculture, horticulture, rural and domestic 
economy. 

Southern and Western Literary Messenger and Review. 

See Southern Literary Messenger. 

Southern and Western Masonic Miscellany. Charleston, 
S. C. 

Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review. 

Charleston, S. C. At head of title: Simm's Monthly Maga- 
zine. Merged into Southern Literary Messenger. 

Southern Baptist and General Intelligencer. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Southern Botanic Journal. Charleston, Forsyth, Ga. 

Southern Christian Advocate. (Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South.) Charleston; Columbia, S. C. 

Southern Christian Herald. Cheraw, S. C. 

Southern Eclectic Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Episcopalian. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Evangelical Intelligencer. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. Spartan- 
burg, S. C. 

Southern Home Journal. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Light. Edgefield, S. C. 

Southern Literary Gazette. Charleston, S. C. 1828-29. 

Southern Literary Gazette. Charleston, S. C. 1848-52. 

Southern Literary Journal and Magazine of Arts. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Sovithern Presbyterian Review. Columbia, S. C. 



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Southern Quarterly Review. New Orleans; Charleston, 
S. C. 

Southern Review. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Rose. Charleston, S. C. Y. 1 as Rose Bud. 

Sunday School Visitor. Charleston, S. C. 

Sunday Visitant; or, Weekly Repository of Christian 
Knowledge. Charleston, S. C. 

Tablet. See Southern Literary Gazette. 

Traiteur. Charleston, S. C. 

Unitarian Defendant. Charleston, S. C. 

United States Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. 

Vigil. Charleston, S. C. 

Wesleyan Journal. Charleston, S. C. 

Whitaker's Magazine. The rights of the South. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

TENNESSEE 
Advance Guard of Democracy. Nashville, Tenn. 

Agriculturist and Commercial Journal. Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Agriculturist, and Journal of the State and County 
Societies. Devoted to the improvement of the soil and 
the mind. Nashville, Tenn. 

American Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

American Presbyterian. Nashville, Tenn. 

Aurora. A southern literary magazine. Memphis, Tenn. 

Banner of Peace. Nashville, Tenn. 

Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. See Tennessee Baptist. 

Baptist Family Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 

Baptist Watchman. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Bible Advocate. Paris, Tenn 

Calvinistic Magazine. Abingdon, Va.; Rogersville, Tenn. 

Christian Advocate. Nashville, Tenn. 

Christian Magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 



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Christian Record. Nashville, Term. 

Christian Review. A monthly magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 

Cumberland Magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 

Cumberland Presbyterian. Nashville, Tenn. 

Democratic Statesman. Nashville, Tenn. 

Diamond. Memphis, Tenn. 

East Tennessee Record of Medicine and Surgery. (East 
Tennessee Medical Society.) Knoxville, Tenn. 

Farmers' Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Fountain. Nashville, Tenn. 

Genius of Universal Emancipation. Mount Pleasant, O. ; 
Greenville, Tenn.; Philadelphia; Baltimore. 

Gospel Advocate. Nashville Tenn. 

Guardian. A family magazine devoted to the cause of 
female education on Christian principles. Columbia, Tenn. 

Harper's Theatrical Bulletin. Nashville, Tenn. 

Holston Christian Advocate. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Holston Messenger. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Home Circle. A monthly periodical devoted to religion 
and literature. Nashville, Tenn. 

Jonesborough Monthly Review. Jonesborough, Tenn. 

Kaleidoscope. Nashville, Tenn. 

Ladies' Pearl. Nashville, Tenn. 

Legislative Union and American. Nashville, Tenn. 

Literary Pioneer. Nashville, Tenn. 

Lotos. Memphis, Tenn. 

Medical Recorder. See Memphis Medical Recorder. 

Medical Reformer. Memphis, Tenn. 

Memphis, Arkansas, and Ouachita Christian Advocate. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Memphis Journal of Medicine. Memphis, Tenn.; Holly 
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Memphis Medical Journal of the Progressive Medical 
and Physical Sciences. Memphis, Tenn. 

Memphis Medical Recorder. Memphis, Tenn. 

Methodist Review. Louisville; Nashville 

Miscellaneous Portfolio; or, Southern Weekly Magazine 
of Belles-lettres, News, Agriculture, Science, and Art. 

Maryville, Tenn. 

Miscellany and Review. Memphis, Tenn. 

Monthly Miscellany. Monroe County, Tenn. 

Museum. Nashville, Tenn. 

Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Nashville Medical Record. Nashville, Tenn. 

Naturalist and Journal of Natural History, Agriculture, 
Education, and Literature. Nashville, Tenn. 

Old Baptist Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Parlor Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 

Plaindealer. Nashville, Tenn. 

Portfolio; or, Journal of Freemasonry and General Lit- 
erature. Nashville, Tenn. 

Presbyterian Record. Nashville, Tenn. 

Presbyterian Witness. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Quarterly Review of Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. Louisville, Ky.; Richmond, Va.; Nashville, Tenn. 

Railroad Advocate. Rogersville, Tenn. 

Religious and Literary Intelligencer. Nashville, Tenn. 

Revivalist. Nashville, Tenn. 

Rough and Ready. Nashville, Tenn. 

Sons of Temperance. Semi-monthly. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Southern Baptist Review and Eclectic. Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern Citizen. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Southern Homestead. Nashville, Tenn. 




SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 



Southern Journal of Education. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Southern Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences. 

Knoxville; Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern Lady's Companion. A monthly periodical 
devoted to literature and religion. Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern Magazine. Mobile, Ala.; Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern Mirror. Columbia, Tenn. 

Southwestern Law Journal and Reporter. Nashville, 

Tenn. 
South-Western Literary Journal and Monthly Review. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Southwestern Medical Advocate. Memphis, Tenn. 

Southwestern Monthly. Nashville, Tenn. 

Southwestern School Journal. Tennessee. 

Spirit of '76. Nashville, Tenn. 

Star Spangled Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Sunday School Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 

Temperance Monthly. Nashville, Tenn. 

Tennessee Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. 1835-42. 

Tennessee Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. 1844-61. 

Tennessee Farmer. Continuing original and selected 
essays, rural and domestic economy, and internal improve- 
ment. (Thomas Emmerson.) Jonesborough, Tenn. 

Tennessee Farmer and Horticulturist. A monthly. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Tennessee Farmer and Mechanic. Nashville, Tenn. 

Tennessee Farmer and Southern Stockman. Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Tennessee Journal of Education. Richmond, \'a. 
Tennessee Monthly Museum. Franklin, Tenn. 
Tennessee Organ. Nashville, Tenn. 
Tennessee State Agriculturist. Nashville, Tenn. 
Tennessee State Medical Association. 
Thomsonian Defender. Marvville, Tenn. 



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SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 99 

Western Arminian and Christian Instructor. Knox- 

ville, Tenn. 

Western Boatman. Nashville, Tenn. 

Western Literary Journal and Monthly Review. Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Western Methodist. Nashville, Tenn. 

Western Methodist Preacher. Nashville, Tenn. 

Western Monitor and Religious Journal. Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

Western Weekly Review. Franklin, Tenn. 
Whig Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Young's Spirit of South and Central America. A 

chronicle of the turf, field, sports, literature, and the stage. 
Nashville, Tenn.; Louisville, Ky. 

Youth's Monthly Magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 

TEXAS 
Public School Advocate. Houston, Tex. 
Texas Agricultural Society. Transactions. Austin. 
Texas Baptist. Anderson. 
Texas Christian Advocate. Dallas, Tex. 
Texas Freemason. Rusk, Tex. 
Texian Monthly Magazine. 

VIRGINIA 
Aeolian Harp and Young Ladies' and Gentlemen's Lit- 
erary Repository. Petersburg, Ya. 

American Gleaner and Virginia Magazine. Richmond, 
Va. 

Apostolic Advocate. (Thomas.) Richmond; Amelia. 

Baltimore and Richmond Christian Advocate. Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Bank Reformer. Petersburg, Va. 

Baptist Preacher. Original monthly. Richmond, Va. 




100 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Calvinistic Magazine. Abingdon, Va.; Rogersville, Tenn. 

Central Presbyterian. Richmond, Va. 

Christian Monitor. Richmond, Va. 

Christian Publisher. Charlottesville, Va. 

Christian Sentinel. Richmond, Va. 

Christian Sun. Suffolk, Va. 

Columbian Telescope and Literary Compiler, being a 
miscellaneous repository of literary productions. Alex- 
andria. 

Commission; or, Southern Baptist Missionary Maga- 
zine. Richmond, Ya. 

Crisis. Devoted to the support of the democratic principles 
of Jefferson. Richmond, Va. 

Evangelical Inquirer. Richmond, Va. 

Evangelical Lutheran Preacher, and Pastoral Mes- 
senger. Winchester, Va. 

Family Christian Album. Richmond, Ya. 

Family Visitor. Richmond, Va. 

Family Visitor and Telegraph. See Family Visitor. 

Farmers' Register. A monthly publication. Shellbanks, 
Va.; Petersburg, Va. 

Foreign Mission Journal. (South Baptist Convention. 
Foreign Mission Board.) Richmond, Va.; etc. 

Guigon Quarterly Law Journal. Richmond, Ya. 

Historical Documents from the Old Dominion. Rich- 
mond, Ya. 

Independent Odd-Fellow. A monthly periodical. Rich- 
mond, Ya. 

Iris. Devoted to science, literature, and the arts, including 
medical news. Richmond, Va. 

Jefferson's Monument Magazine. Charlottesville, Va. 

Journal of the Law School and of the Moot Court At- 
tached to it at Needham in Virginia. Richmond, Va. 

Kaleidoscope. Petersburg, Va. 




SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 101 

Literary and Evangelical Magazine. Richmond, Va.; etc. 

Literary Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Literary Messenger. Richmond, Va. 

Lynchburgh Evangelical Magazine. Lynchburgh, Va. 

Magazine of the South. Richmond, Va. 

Magnolia. A literary weekly. Richmond, Va. 

Medical Society of Virginia. 

Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal. Winchester, 
Va. 

Monthly Miscellany. Atlanta, Ga.; Richmond; New 
Orleans. 

Monthly Stethoscope and Medical Reporter. Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Monthly Visitant; or. Something Old. Alexandria. 

Mountain Cone Journal. Va. 

Music Advocate and Singer's Friend. Singer's Glen, Va. 

National Magazine; or, A Political, Historical, Bio- 
graphical, and Literary Repository. Richmond, Va.; 
etc. 

Parish Visitor. Richmond, Va. 

Petersburg Quarterly Review. Petersburg, Va. 

Planter and Farmer. Richmond, Va. 

Press. Richmond, Va. 

Quarterly Law Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Quarterly Law Review. Richmond, Va. 

Quarterly Review of Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. Louisville, Ky.; Richmond, Va.; Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Radix; or, Virginia Public School Advocate. Richmond, 
Va. 

Recorder; or. Lady's and Gentlemen's Miscellany. 
Richmond, Va. 

Religious Herald. Richmond, Va. 

Republican Sentinel. Richmond, Va. 

Richmond Lyceum Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Roanoke Religious Correspondent; or, Monthly Evan- 
gelical Visitant. Danville, Va. 

South. Richmond, Va. 



102 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Southern Baptist Convention. Baltimore, Richmond, 
etc. 

Southern Baptist Missionary Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Boys and Girls Monthly. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Churchman. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Literary Messenger. Devoted to every depart- 
ment of literature and the fine arts. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Magazine and Monthly Review. Petersburg, 
Va. 

Southern Medical Reformer. Petersburg, Va. 

Southern Methodist Pulpit. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Pioneer and Gospel Visiter. Baltimore; Rich- 
mond. 

Southern Planter. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Repertory and College Review. Emory, Va. 

Stethoscope. (Medical Society of Virginia.) Richmond, Va. 

Valley Farmer. Winchester, Va. 

Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Companion. 
(Virginia Historical Society.) Richmond, Va. 

Virginia Historical Reporter. (Virginia Historical Reporter.) 
Richmond, Va. 

Virginia Historical Society. Richmond, Va. 

Virginia Literary Museum and Journal of Belles Lettres, 
Arts, Sciences, etc. Charlottesville. 

Virginia Lyceum. Richmond, Va. 

Virginia Register. Richmond, Va. 

Virginia Religious Magazine. Lexington, Va. 

Virginia State Agricultural Society. 

Visitor. Richmond, Va. 

Watchman of the South. Richmond, Va. 

Yeoman. Richmond, Va. 

v WEST VIRGINIA 

s\^ Christian Baptist. (Campbell.) Buffalo, X Y.; Beth- 
x any, W. Va. 

Ladies' Garland. Harper's Ferry, West Va. 

Layman's Magazine. Martinsburgh, West Va. 

^JN^Millennial Harbinger. Bethany, West Va. 



SECTION III 

Checklist of Southern Periodicals to 1861 

CHRONOLOGICAL 

with titles arranged with respect to first date of 
periodicity recorded in alphabetized list 

Eighteenth Century 

North Carolina Magazine; or, Universal Intelligencer. New- 
bern. 

American Archives. Containing a documentary history of 
the English colonies in North America, from the King's 
message to Parliament, of March 7, 1774, to the Declaration 
of Independence by the United States. Washington. 

Annals of Congress. (Gales.) Washington. 

Musical Magazine. Cheshire, Conn.; Baltimore; Philadel- 
phia. 

Free Universal Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Monthly Mirror; or, Maryland Museum. Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Traiteur. Charleston, S. C. 

Maryland Pocket Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

South Carolina Weekly Museum. Charleston, S. C. 

Weekly Museum. Baltimore, Md. 

Key. Frederick Town, Md. 

Vigil. Charleston, S. C. 

General Magazine and Impartial Review. Baltimore, Md. 

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland. 

National Magazine; or, a political, historical, biographical, 
and literary repository. Richmond, Va.; etc. 

1800 
Baltimore Weekly Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 
Child of Pallas. "Baltimore, Md. 
Press. Richmond, Va. 
Quiver. Charleston, S. C. 

1801 

Farmer's Library; or, Ohio Intelligencer. Louisville, Ky. 
National Magazine; or, Cabinet of the U. S. Washington. 
Recorder; or, Lady's and Gentlemen's Miscellany. Rich- 
mond, Va. 



104 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

1802 

Georgia Analytical Repository. Savannah, Ga. 

1803 

Charleston Medical Register. Charleston, S. C. 
Medley; or, Monthly Miscellany. Lexington, Ky. 

1804 

Alethian Critic; or, Error Exposed. Lexington, Ky. 
Companion and Weekly Miscellany. Baltimore, Md. 
Monthly Register, Magazine, and Review of the U. S. 
Charleston, S. C; N. Y. 

1805 
Apollo; or, Weekly Literary Magazine. Wilmington, Del. 
Virginia Religious Magazine. Lexington. 

1806 

Observer. Baltimore, Md. 

1807 

American Gleaner and Virginia Magazine. Richmond, Va. 
Baltimore Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 
Moonshine. (Lunarian Society.) Baltimore, Md. 

1808 

Baltimore Medical and Physical Recorder. Baltimore, Md. 

Colvin's Weekly Register. Washington. 

Literary Miscellany and Monthly Review of the U. S. 

Charleston, S. C. 
Medical and Physical Recorder. Baltimore, Md. 
Washington Expositor. Containing original essays on 

various subjects connected with general and local policy, 

and with the arts. Washington. 

1809 

Museum. Nashville, Tenn. 
Visitor. Richmond, Va. 

1810 
Agricultural Museum. Georgetown, D. C. 
American Law Journal and Miscellaneous Repository. Bal- 
timore, Md. 
Emerald. Baltimore, Md. 
Garden. Bardstown, Ky. 

Lynchburgh Evangelical Magazine. Lynchburgh, Va. 
Scourge. Baltimore, Md. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 105 

1811 

Baltimore Medical and Philosophical Lyceum. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Baltimore Repertory of Papers on Literary and Other Topics, 
including a selection of English dramas. Baltimore, Md. 

Hive; or, Repository of Literature. Washington. 

Niles' National Register. Philadelphia; Baltimore. 

Repertory of Papers on Literature and Other Topics. Balti- 
more, Md. 

1812 

Evangelical Record, and Western Review. Lexington, Ky. 

Historical Register of the U. S. Washington. 

Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal. Winchester, Va. 

1813 

Carolina Law Repository. Raleigh, N. C. 

Christian Observer and St. Louis Presbyterian. Philadel- 
phia; Louisville, Ky. 

National Museum and Weekly Gazette. Baltimore, Md. 

North Carolina Magazine. Political, Historical, and Mis- 
cellaneous. 

1814 

Almoner. A periodical religious publication. Lexington, 
Ky. 

Cohen's Gazette and Lottery Register. Baltimore, Md. 

1815 

Christian Monitor. Richmond, Va. 
Layman's Magazine. Martinsburgh, \Y. Va. 

1816 

Monthly Visitant; or, Something Old. Alexandria. 
National Register. A weekly paper, continuing a series of 

the important public documents, and the proceedings of 

Congress. Washington. 
Portico. A repositorv of science and literature. Baltimore, 

Md. 

1817 
Christian Messenger. (Russell.) Baltimore, Md. 
Louisiana Merchant's and Planter's Almanac. New Orleans, 

La. 



106 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

1818 

American Colonization Society. Annual Report. Wash- 
ington. 

Journal of Times. Baltimore, Md. 

Latter Day Luminary. Philadelphia; Washington. 

Literary and Evangelical Magazine. Richmond, Va.; etc. 

Robinson's Magazine. A weekly repository of original 
papers; and selections from the English Magazines. Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Sunday Visitant; or, Weekly Repository of Christian Knowl- 
edge. Charleston, S. C. 

Western Monitor and Religious Journal. Knoxville, Tenn. 

1819 

American Farmer. Baltimore; Washington. 

Columbian Telescope and Literary Compiler, being a mis- 
cellaneous repository of literary productions. Alexandria. 

Journal of Belles Lettres. Lexington, Ky. 

Ladies' Magazine. Savannah, Ga. 

National Recorder. Washington. 

Red Book. Baltimore, Md. 

South Carolina Agricultural Society. Columbia, S. C. 

Southern Evangelical Intelligencer. Charleston, S. C. 

Theological Repertory, and Churchman's Guide. Wash- 
ington. 

Western Review and Miscellaneous Magazine. A monthly 
publication, devoted to literature and science. Lexington, 
Ky. 

1820 

African Intelligencer. Washington. 

American Critic and General Review. Washington. 

Annals of Nature; or, Annual Synopsis of New Genera and 
Species of Animals in North America. Lexington, Ky. 

1821 

Aeolian Harp. Petersburg, Va. 

Christian Index. Washington; Philadelphia; Washington, 
Ga; Penfield, Ga; Atlanta, Ga. 

Christian Repository. Wilmington, Del. 

Columbian Star, later Christian Index. Washington. 

Genius of Universal Emancipation. Mount Pleasant, O.; 
Greeneville, Tenn. 

Masonic Miscellany and Ladies' Literary Magazine. Lex- 
ington, Ky. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 107 

Roanoke Religious Correspondent; or, Monthly Evangelical 

Visitant. Danville, Va. 
Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor. Baltimore, 

Md. 
Western Minerva; or, American Annals of Knowledge and 

Literature. Lexington, Ky. 

1822 

Abolition Intelligencer and Missionary Magazine. Shelby- 

ville, Ky. 
American Museum and Repository of Arts and Sciences. 

Washington. 
Christian Register. Lexington, Ky. 
Family Visitor. Richmond, Va. 
Journal of the Law-School and of the Moot Court attached 

to it at Xeedham in Virginia. Richmond, Va. 
Mrs. A. S. Colvin's Weekly Messenger. Washington Citv, 

D. C. 
Theological Review and General Repository of Religious and 

Moral Information. Baltimore, Md. 
LInitarian Defendant. Charleston, S. C. 
United States Catholic Miscellany. Charleston, S. C. 
Vaccine Inquirer. Baltimore, Md. 

1823 

Baltimore Philosophical Journal and Review. Baltimore, 

Md. Ojs 

Christian Baptist. (Campbell.) Buffalo, /^v r. ; Bethanv, 

w. y a . A 

Ladies' Literary Bouquet. Baltimore, Md. 

Literary Pamphleteer. Paris, Ky. 

National Government Journal, and Register of Official Papers. 
Washington. 

Washington Quarterly Magazine of Arts, Science, and Lit- 
erature. Washington. 

1824 

Berean. A Religious Publication. Wilmington, Del. 

Gospel Messenger. Charleston, S. C. 

Holston Messenger. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Ladies' Garland. Harper's Ferry, Va. 

Microscope. Louisville, Ky.; New Albany, Lid. 

Register of Debates in Congress. Washington. 

United States Naval Chronicle. Washington, D.C. 

Western Luminary. Lexington, Ky. 



108 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

1825 

African Repository. (American Colonization Society.) Wash- 
ington. 

American Botanical Register. Washington. 

Carolina Journal of Medicine, Science, and Agriculture. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Encyclopedia. Yorkville, S. C. 

Universal Traveller. Washington, D. C. 

Wesleyan Journal. Charleston, S. C. 

Western Recorder. Louisville, Ky. 

1826 

, The by Nonius Nondescript. Washington. 

Ariel. Natchez, Miss. 

Christian Messenger. Georgetown, Ky. 

Evangelical Inquirer. Richmond, Va. 

Evangelical Lutheran Intelligencer containing historical, 

biographical, and religious memoirs with essays on the 

doctrines of Luther. Frederick, Md. 
Focus of Politics, Commerce, and Literature. Louisville, Ky. 
North American Literarv and Political Register. Lexington, 

Ky. 
North Carolina Telegraph. Fayetteville, N. C. 
Patriot. Frankfort, Ky. 
Phrenological Society of Washington. 
Spirit of '76. Frankfort, Ky. 
Western Arminian and Christian Instructor. Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

1827 
Calvinistic Magazine. Abingdon, Va.; Rogersville, Tenn. 
North American; or, Weekly Journal of Politics, Science, and 

Literature. Baltimore, Md. 
Passe Terns. Macedoine politique et litterarie. New 

Orleans, La. 
Religious Examiner. Washington, D. C. 

1828 

American Journal of Improvement in the Useful Arts, and 
Mirror of the Patent Office in the United States. Wash- 
ington. 

Baltimore Minerva. Baltimore, Md. 

Columbia Register. Washington; Baltimore. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 109 

Delaware Register; or, Farmers', Manufacturers', and Me- 
chanics' Advocate. Containing a variety of original and 
selected articles. Wilmington. 

Emerald and Baltimore Literary Gazette. Baltimore, Md. 

Evangelical Museum. Fayetteville, X. C. 

Itinerant; or, Wesleyan Methodist Visitor. Baltimore, Md. 

Our Country. Hagerstown, Md. 

Political Primer; or, A Hornbook for Jacksonites. Dover, 
Del. 

Presbyterian Preacher. Fayetteville, X. C. 

Religious Herald. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Agriculturist, Horticulturist, and Register of Rural 
Affairs. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Literary Gazette. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Review. Charleston, S. C. 

Transylvania Journal of Medicine and the Associate 
Sciences. Lexington, Ky. 

L nited States Telegraph — extra. Washington. 

United States Weekly Telegraph. Washington. 

1829 

American Recorder. (Grouard.) Washington. 

American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine. Baltimore, 

Md. 
Banner of the Constitution. Washington. 
Commercial Bulletin, Price Current and Shipping List. Xew 

Orleans, La. 
Gospel Herald of the Kentucky Annual Conference of the 

M. E. Church. Lexington, Ky. 
Irishman and Southern Democrat. Charleston, S. C. 
Maryland Medical Recorder. Devoted to the medical 

science in general. Baltimore, Md. 
Minerva. Baltimore, Md. 
Pedobaptist. Danville, Ky. 
Pleiades. Charleston, S. C. 
Transvlvania; or, Lexington Literary Journal. Lexington, 

Ky. 
Virginia Literary Museum and Journal of Belles-lettres, arts, 

sciences, etc. Charlottesville. 

1830 

Baltimore Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Bal- 
timore, Md. 
Baptist Chronicle and Literary Register. Georgetown, Ky. 



110 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Carolina Law Journal. Columbia, S. C. 

Metropolitan; or, Catholic Monthly Magazine. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Millennial Harbinger. Bethany, Va. 

National Magazine; or, Lady's Emporium. Baltimore, Md. 

Presbyterian Advocate. A monthly magazine conducted by 
an Association of Ministers. Lexington. Ky. 

Religious and Literary Intelligencer. Nashville, Tenn. 

Scourge. Washington. 

Tennessee State Medical Association. 

United States Agriculturist and Farmers' Reporter. Wash- 
ington; Cincinnati, O. 

Young Ladi s' Journal of Literature and Science. Baltimore, 
Md. 

1831 

Methodist Protestant. Baltimore, Md. 

Mutual Rights and Methodist Protestant. Baltimore, Md. 

Paul Pry. Washington. 

Presbyterian Herald. Bardstown, Ky.; etc. 

Railroad Advocate. Rogersville, Tenn. 

Southern Pioneer and Gospel Visiter. Baltimore; Richmond. 

Tennessee Monthly Museum. Franklin, Tenn. 



1832 

American Recorder; or, Monthly History of Politics, Science, 

and Literature. (Wm. Greer.) Washington. 
Baltimore and Richmond Christian Advocate. Richmond, 

Va. 
Baltimore Saturday Visiter. Baltimore, Md. 
Christian Advocate. Nashville, Tenn. 
Eclectic Institute Journal of Education. Lexington, Ky. 
Harbinger of Mississippi Valley. Frankfort, Ky. 
Metropolitan. A miscellany of literature, science, and music. 

Washington. 
Occasional Reviews. Charleston, S. C. 
Political Register. Washington. 
Reasoner. Columbia, S. C. 
Southern Rose. Charleston, S. C. 
United States Telegraph — extra. Washington. 
Washington Literary Gazette. A miscellany of literature, 

science, and the fine arts. Washington. 
Western Weekly Review Franklin, Tenn. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 111 

1833 

Baltimore Medical and Surgical Journal and Review. Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Baptist Interpreter. Raleigh, X. C. 

Catholic Journal. Washington, D. C. 

Christian Sentinel. Richmond, Va. 

Cosmopolitan. Charleston, S. C. 

Episcopal Methodist. Baltimore, Md. 

Evangelical Lutheran Preacher, and Pastoral Messenger. 
Winchester, Va. 

Farmers' Register. A monthly publication. Shellbanks, 
Ya.; Petersburg, Va. 

Harbinger. Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Kaleidoscope. Xashville, Tenn. 

Lexington Literary Journal. Lexington, Ky. 

Literary Pioneer. Xashville, Tenn. 

Man of Business. New Salem, X. C. 

Military and Naval Magazine of the United States. Wash- 
ington. 

Xorth Carolina Baptist Interpreter. Edenton, X. C. 

Register and Library of Medical and Chirurgical Science. 
Washington. 

Southern Journal of Education. Ga. 

Virginia Historical Society. Richmond, Va. 

Western Methodist. Xashville, Tenn. 

Western Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal. Louis- 
ville, Ky.; Cincinnati. 



1834 

Apostolic Advocate. (Thomas.) Richmond; Amelia. 

Baltimore Athenaeum. Baltimore. 

Champagne Club. A Chronicle and Critic of Military and 
fashionable events and things, and criminal record of lit- 
erary and other misdoings. Washington. 

Corsaire Louisianais, feuille hebdomadaire. New Orleans, La. 

Entra'acte. Xew Orleans, La. 

Farm and Gardener. Baltimore, Md. 

Lutheran Observer and Weekly Literary Religious Visitor. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Xorth American Archives of Medical and Surgical Science. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Southern Literary Messenger. Devoted to every department 
of literature, and the fine arts. Richmond, Va. 



112 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Tennessee Farmer. Continuing original and selected essays, 
rural and domestic economy, and internal improvement. 
(Thomas Emmerson.) Jonesborough, Tenn.; Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

Tramontane Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 

1835 

Alabama Baptist. Wetumpka, Ala.; Atlanta, Ga.; Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Army and Navy Chronicle. Washington. 

Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Biblical Recorder. Raleigh, X. C. 

Botanic Investigator. Vicksburg, Miss. 

Church Advocate. Lexington, Ky. 

Literary Journal. Richmond, Ya. 

Literary Messenger. Richmond, Va. 

Louisiana Recorder. Devoted to the arts and sciences, lit- 
erature and religion. New Orleans, La. 

Southern Baptist and General Intelligencer. Charleston, 
S. C. 

Southern Churchman. Richmond, Ya. 

Southern Literarv Journal and Magazine of Arts. Charleston, 
S. C. 

Tennessee Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. 

Thomsonian Defender. Maryville, Tenn. 

Western Messenger. Devoted to religion and literature. 
Cincinnati; Louisville, Ky.; Cincinnati. 

Western Methodist Preacher. Nashville, Tenn. 

Western Protestant. Bardstown, Ky. 

1836 

Bachelor's Button. A Monthly Museum of Southern Lit- 
erature. Mobile; Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Baltimore Monument. A weekly journal, devoted to polite 
literature, science, and the fine arts. Baltimore, Md. 

Christian Review. Boston; N. Y. C; Baltimore; Rochester. 

Covenant. A monthly magazine devoted to the cause of 
Odd-Fellowship. Baltimore, Md. 

Cumberland Magazine. Quarterly. Nashville, Tenn. 

Huntress. Washington. 

Primitive Baptist. A semi-monthlv periodical. Tarborough, 
N. C. 

Southern Christian Herald. Cheraw, S. C. 

Southern Medical and Surgical Journal. Augusta, Ga. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 113 

Tennessee Farmer and Southern Stockman. Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Universalist Circulating Family Library. Baltimore, Md. 
Washingtonian: and farmers', mechanics', and merchants' 

gazette. Washington. 
Wesleyan Christian Advocate. Atlanta, Ga. 

1837 

Advocate of Peace. (American Peace Society.) Boston; 

Washington. 
American Presbyterian. Nashville, Tenn. 
Catholic Advocate. Louisville, Ky. 
Central Presbyterian. Richmond, Ya. 
Christian Panoplist. Versailles, Ky. 
Creole, Gazette des salons, des arts, et des modes. New 

Orleans, La. 
Franklin Farmer. Devoted to science of agriculture, mind, 

morals, and interests. Frankfort; Lexington, Ky. 
Kentucky Farmer. Frankfort, Ky. 
Maryland Academy of Sciences. Baltimore, Md. 
Morning Watch. Devoted to religious reformation and the 

millennial reign of Christ. Evergreen, S. C. 
Revivalist. Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern Botanic Journal. Charleston; Forsyth, Ga. 
Southern Christian Advocate. (Methodist Episcopal Church, 

South.) Charleston; Columbia, S. C. 
Southwestern Journal. A magazine of science, literature, and 

miscellany. Natchez, Miss. 
Temperance Banner and Total Abstinence Advocate. Wash- 
ington, Ga. 
L'nited States Democratic Review. Washington; N. Y. 
Watchman of the South. Richmond, Ya. 
Western Journal of Education. Louisville, Ky. 

1838 

American Museum of Literature and the Arts. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Annals of the Propagation of the Faith. (Society for the prop- 
agation of the faith.) Baltimore, Md. 

Augusta Mirror. A semi-monthly journal, devoted to polite 
literature, useful intelligence, and the arts. Augusta, Ga. 

Baltimore Literary Monument. Baltimore, Md. 

Christian Preacher. Georgetown, Ky. 



114 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Delaware Register and Fanners' Magazine. Dover. 

Evangelical Universalist. Macon, Ga. 

Farmers' Advocate and Miscellaneous Reporter. Jamestown, 

S. C. 
Harp. Augusta, Ga. 

Louisville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Louisville, Ky. 
Louisville Literary News-letter. Devoted to news, science, 

literature, and the arts. Louisville, Ky. 
Old Baptist Banner. Nashville, Tenn.; Murfreesboro; Shel- 

byville. 
Richmond Lyceum Journal. Richmond, Va. 
Southron. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

1839 

Allgemeine deutsche schulzeitung. Baltimore, Md. 
American Historical Society. Washington. 
American Journal of Dental Science. Baltimore, Md. 
American Silk Society. Journal of the American Silk Society, 

and Rural Economist. Baltimore, Md. 
Journal de la Societe medicale de la Nouvelle-Orleans. 
Maryland Medical and Surgical Journal. (Medical and 

Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland.) Baltimore, Md. 
Miscellaneous Portfolio; or, Southern Weekly Magazine of 

belles-lettres, news, agriculture, science, and art. Mary- 

ville, Tenn. 
Mobile Literary Gazette. Mobile, Ala. 
National Magazine and Republican Review. Washington. 
South Carolina Temperance Advocate. Columbia, S. C. 
Southern Silk Grower and Agricultural Register. Athens, 

Ga. 
Southern Silk Journal and Farmers' Register. Columbus, Ga. 

1840 

Advance Guard of Democracy. Nashville, Tenn. 
Agriculturist, and Journal of the State and County Societies. 

Devoted to the improvement of the soil and the mind. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Baptist Banner and Western Pioneer. Louisville, Ky. 
Campaign. Frankfort, Ky. 
Carolina Planter. Columbia, S. C. 
Christian Publisher. Charlottesville, Va. 
Crisis. Devoted to the support of the democratic principles 

of Jefferson. Richmond, Va. 



SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 115 

Cumberland Presbyterian. Nashville, Tenn. 

Farmer's Book; or, Western Maryland Farmer. Frederick, 
Md. 

Georgia Historical Society. 

Gleanings of Husbandry. Augusta, Ga. 

Magnolia; or, Southern Apalachian. A literary magazine 
and monthly review. Macon; Savannah; Charleston, S. C. 

National Institute for the Promotion of Science. Washington. 

Omnibus. New Orleans, La. 

Planter and Farmer. Richmond, Va. 

Spirit of '76. Nashville, Tenn. 

Tennessee State Agriculturist. Nashville, Tenn. 

Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Louisville, Ky. 

Workingman's Advocate. A monthly publication devoted to 
the political and social advancement of the masses. Wash- 
ington. 

Yeoman. Richmond, Va. 



1841 

Baltimore Phoenix and Budget. Baltimore, Md. 

Bank Reformer. Petersburg, Ya. 

Banner of Peace. Nashville, Tenn. 

Family Companion and Ladies' Mirror. Macon, Ga. 

Guardian. A family magazine devoted to the cause of female 
education on Christian principles. Columbia, Tenn. 

Guardian of Health. A monthly journal of domestic hygiene. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Independent Odd-Fellow. A monthly periodical. Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Kendall's Expositor. Containing an epitome of the proceed- 
ings of Congress and dissertations upon currency, exchanges, 
the tariff, and other subjects, with a summary of current 
events. Washington. 

Lorgnette. New Orleans, La. 

Louisiana Law Journal. New Orleans, La. 

Maryland Colonization Journal. (Maryland State Coloniz- 
ation Society.) Baltimore, Md. 

Oxford Mercury. Oxford, N. C. 

Plaindealer. Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern Botanico-Medical Journal. Forsyth, Ga. 

Southern Magazine and Monthly Review. Petersburg, Ya. 

Southern Planter. Richmond, Va. 

Weeklv Pilot. Baltimore, Md. 



116 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

1842 

Baptist Preacher. Original monthly. Richmond, Va. 

Bible Advocate. Paris, Tenn. 

Catholic Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Charivari Louisianais. New Orleans, La. 

Chicora (Belles-lettres Weekly). Charleston, S. C. 

Comet. Washington. 

Dollar Farmer. Louisville, Ky. 

Masonic Mirror. Maysville, Ky. 

Miscellany. Madison, Ga.; Marthasville (Atlanta), Ga. 

Monthly Miscellany. Monroe County, Tenn. 

Orion. A monthlv magazine of literature and art. Penfield, 
Ga. 

Petersburg Quarterly Review. Petersburg, Va. 

Propagateur Catholique, Journal des families. New Or- 
leans, La. 

Savannah Literary Messenger. Savannah, Ga. 

Southern Botanico-Medical College Journal. Forsyth, Ga. 

Southern Quarterly Review. New Orleans; Charleston, etc. 

Southwestern Farmer. A weekly journal designed to improve 
the soil and the mind. Raymond, Miss. 

Spirit of the XIX Century. Baltimore, Md. 

United States Catholic Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 

Western and Southern Medical Recorder. Lexington, Ky. 

Western Literary and Historical Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 

Western School Journal. Louisville, Ky. 

1843 

Alabama Baptist Advocate. Marion, Montgomery, Tus- 
kegee, Ala. 

Album Litteraire. New Orleans, La. 

American Indian Mission Association. Proceedings. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Army and Navy Chronicle, and Scientific Repository. Wash- 
ington. 

Baptist Expositor. Ga. 

Christian Magazine of the South. Columbia, S. C. 

Christian Teacher. Lexington; Paris, Ky. 

Economiste. Baton Rouge, La. 

Fackel. Literaturblatt Zur Forderung Geistiger freiheit. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Rambler. An Abstract and brief Chronicle of the Times. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Sears' Monthly Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 



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Southern Cultivator. Augusta; Athens; Atlanta, Ga. 
Southern Educational Journal. Mobile, Ala. 
Southern Mirror. Columbia, Tenn. 
Whig Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

1844 

Bouquet. Charleston, S. C. 

Carolina Planter. A Monthly Register for the state and local 
Societies. Columbia, S. C. 

Christian Review. A monthly magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 

Christian Sun. Suffolk, Va. 

Dollar Globe. Washington. 

Floral Wreath and Ladies' Monthlv Magazine. Charleston, 
S. C. 

Freemason. Louisville, Ky. 

Interpreter. A semi-monthly journal, devoted to English, 
French, Spanish, Italian, and German languages. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Maryland Historical Society. 

New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal. New Orleans, 
La. 

Polyglot. A monthly magazine devoted to modern lan- 
guages. Charleston, S. C. 

Reformer and People's Advocate. Frederick, Md. 

Republican Sentinel. Richmond, Va. 

Southwestern Law Journal and Reporter. Nashville, Tenn. 

Southwestern Literary Journal and Monthly Review. Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Star Spangled Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Tennessee Baptist. Nashville, Tenn. 

Valley Farmer. Winchester, Va. 

Western Literary Journal and Monthly Review. Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Whig Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

1845 

Arkansas State Temperance Journal. Little Rock, Ark. 

Christian Intelligencer and Southern Methodist. A period- 
ical devoted to religion, science, and art. Georgetown, Ky. 

Democratic Expositor and United States Journal for the 
Country. Washington. 

Democratic Statesman. Nashville, Tenn. 

Franco-Macon Louisianais. New Orleans, La. 

Investigator. Religious, moral, scientific, etc. Washington. 



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Investigator and Advocate of Independence. Science, reli- 
gion, literature, etc. Washington. 

Journal of Agriculture. Baltimore, Aid. 

Masonic Mirror. Covington, Ky. 

Medical and Surgical Journal. New Orleans, La. 

North Carolina Farmer. Raleigh, N. C. 

Reforme. New Orleans, La. 

Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Baptist Convention. 

Southern Medical Reformer. Forsyth, Ga. 

Weekly Union. Washington, D. C. 

Western Baptist Review. Frankfort; Louisville, Ky. 

Western Continent. Baltimore, Md. 

1846 

Banker's Magazine. New York; Baltimore, etc. 

Carolina Baptist. A monthly magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston Medical Journal and Review. Charleston, S. C. 

Christian Record. Nashville, Tenn. 

De Bow's Review. Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial 
progress and recourses. New Orleans, La. 

Evantail. New Orleans, La. 

Grelot. New Orleans, La. 

Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida. 

Indian Advocate. (American Indian Mission Association.) 
Louisville, Ky. 

Mirror of the Patent Office, and American Journal of Improve- 
ments in the Useful Arts. Washington. 

Naturalist and Journal of Natural History, Agriculture, 
Education, and Literature. Nashville, Tenn. 

Presbyterian Record. Nashville, Tenn. 

Revue Louisianaise. New Orleans, La. 

Southern Baptist Missionary Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Taenarion. New Orleans, La. 

Tennessee Farmer and Horticulturist. A monthly. Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Texas Christian Advocate. Dallas, Tex. 

Universalist Herald. Notasulga, Ala.; Montgomery, Ala. 

1847 

American Annals of the Deaf. Washington. 
Camden Miscellany. Camden, S. C. 
Chronique. New Orleans, La. 



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Crystal Fount. A monthly magazine devoted to the order 

Sons of Temperance, temperance and literature. Baltimore. 
Franklin Patriot. Apalachicola, Fla. 
Georgia Botanic Journal and College Sentinel. Macon. 
Jonesborough Monthly Review. Jonesborough, Tenn. 
Magazine of the South. Richmond, Ya. 
Medical Association of the State of Alabama. 
Methodist Review. Louisville; Nashville. 
National Era. Washington. 
Portfolio; or, Journal of Freemasonry and General Literature. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Public School Advocate. Houston, Tex. 
Radix; or, Virginia Public School Advocate. Richmond, Va. 
Rough and Ready. Nashville, Tenn. 
Scientific Mechanic. N. Y.; Washington. 
Southern Harmonv and Musical Companion. Spartanburg, 

S. C. 
Southern Lady's Companion. A monthly periodical devoted 

to literature and religion. Nashville, Tenn. 
Southern Medical Reformer. Petersburg, Ya. 
Southern Presbyterian Review. Columbia, S. C. 
Southwestern Baptist Chronicle. New Orleans, La. 
Southwestern Medical Advocate. Memphis, Tenn. 
Tennessee Organ. Nashville, Tenn. 

1848 

Arminian Magazine. Rome, Ga. 

Battery. Washington. 

Bon Ton. Louisville, Ky. 

Campaign. Washington. 

Christian Magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 

Christian Monitor. Frankfort, Ivy. 

Chronicle of Western Literature. Louisville, Ky. 

Colman's Rural World. St. Louis, Mo. 1848-64 as Valley 
Farmer. St. Louis, Mo.; Louisville, Ky. 

Deutsch-Amerikanische Didaskalia. Baltimore, Md. 

Ecclesiastical Reformer. Devoted to practical piety. Frank- 
fort; Lexington, Ky. 

Iris. Devoted to science, literature, and the arts, including 
medical news. Richmond, Ya. 

New Orleans Miscellany. A monthly periodical devoted to 
the interests of popular science and advancement of South- 
ern literature. New Orleans, La. 

Old Zack. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



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Polyglotte. New Orleans, La. 

Southern Journal of Education. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Southern Literary Gazette. An illustrated weekly journal of 
belles-lettres, science, and the arts. Athens, Ga.; Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Southern Methodist Pulpit. Richmond, Va. 

Southwestern School Journal. Tenn. 

Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Companion. (Vir- 
ginia Historical Society.) Richmond, Va. 

Western Boatman. Nashville, Tenn.; Cinn.; St. Louis. 

1849 

Crystal Fount. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Friend of the Family. Devoted to literature, science, and 

art, The Sons of Temperance, Odd Fellowship, Masonry, 

General Intelligence. Savannah, Ga. 
Horn of Mirth. Athens, Ga. 

Jefferson's Monument Magazine. Charlottesville, Va. 
Kentucky Medical Recorder. Louisville, Ky. 
Louisiana State Medical Society. 

Madison (Georgia) Family Visitor. Morgan County, Ga. 
Masonic Journal. Marietta, Ga. 
Mistletoe. Athens, Ga. 
Moniteur du Sud. New Orleans, La. 

Monthly Miscellany. Atlanta, Ga.; Richmond; New Or- 
leans. 
Parlor Gazette and Ladies' Advertiser. Baltimore, Md. 
Schoolfellow. A magazine for boys and girls. Athens, Ga. ; 

Charleston, S. C; New York. 
Semaine Litteraire: revue franco-Americaine. New Orleans, 

La. 
South Carolina Medical Association. 
Southern and Western Masonic Miscellany. Charleston, 

S. C. 
Southern Botanico-Medical Reformer. Macon, Ga. 
Southern Medical Reports. New Orleans, La. 
True Union. Baltimore, Md.; Washington. 
Veillees Louisianaises. New Orleans, La. 
Violette, revue musicale et litteraire. New Orleans, La. 
Wheler's Southern Monthly Magazine. A reflex of literature 

and art. Athens, Ga. 

1850 
Advent Review and Sabbath Herald. Washington, etc. 
American Union and Republican Review. Jackson, Miss. 



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Catholic Mirror. Baltimore, Md. 

Christian Advocate. New Orleans, La. 

Civil, Military, and Naval Gazette. Devoted to the interests 
of the citizen, soldier, and sailor. Annapolis, Md. 

Entra'acte. New Orleans, La. 

Farmer and Planter Monthly. Pendleton; Columbia, S. C. 

Kentucky New Era. Louisville, Ky. 

Louisville Examiner. Louisville, Ky. 

Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Medical Association of Georgia. 

Medical Society of the State of North Carolina. 

Old Guard. Frankfort, Ky. 

Public School Teacher's Association. Baltimore. 

Southern Eclectic Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Index. Ashborough, N. C. 

Southern Lady's Magazine. A monthly magazine of litera- 
ture, art, and science. Baltimore, Md. 

Southwestern Baptist. Marion; Montgomerv; Tuskegee; 
Ala. 

Whitaker's Magazine. The rights of the South. Charleston, 
S. C. 

1851 

Alabama Historical Society. 

Album Louisianais. New Orleans, La. 

American Freemason's Magazine. Louisville, Ky. ; N. Y. 

Dental Times and Advertiser. Baltimore-, Md. 

Evergreen. Ashborough, N. C. 

Foreign Mission Journal. (South Baptist Convention. For- 
eign Mission Board.) Richmond, Va.; etc. 

Kentucky State Medical Society. Frankfort, Ky. 

Magnolia. A literary weekly. Richmond, Va. 

Magnolia Magazine. Baton Rouge, La. 

Medical Reformer. Memphis, Tenn. 

Memphis Medical Journal of the Progressive Medical and 
Physical Sciences. Memphis, Tenn. 

Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. Nashville, Tenn. 

New Orleans Monthly Medical Register. New Orleans, La. 

Parish Visitor. Richmond, Va. 

Soil of the South. Columbus, Ga. 

Soil of the South. Montgomery, Ala. 

Sons of Temperance. Semi-monthly. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Southern Home Journal. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Repertory and College Review. Emory, Va. 



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Stethoscope. (Medical Society of Va.) Richmond, Va. 
Sunday School Visitor. Charleston, S. C. 

1852 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian. Due West, S. C. 

Campaign. Washington. 

East Tennessee Record of Medicine and Surgery. (East Ten- 
nessee Medical Society.) Knoxville, Tenn. 

Farmers' Journal. (Tompkins.) Bath, N. C. 

Ford's Christian Repository. Louisville; St. Louis. 

Georgetown University. Georgetown, D. C. 

Holston Christian Advocate. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Illustrated Family Friend. Columbia, S. C. 

Ladies' Pearl. Nashville, Tenn. 

Memphis, Arkansas, and Quachita Christian Advocate. 
Memphis, Tenn. 

Memphis Medical Recorder. Memphis, Tenn. 

Miscellany and Review. Memphis, Tenn. 

Quarterly Journal of Agriculture. (U. S. Agricultural Society.) 
Washington. 

Signal. Washington. 

Southern Lady's Book. New Orleans, La. 

Southern Magazine. Mobile, Ala.; Memphis, Tenn. 

Southern Medical Reformer and Review. Macon, Ga. 

Southwestern Monthly. Nashville, Tenn. 

Union Medicale de la Louisiane. New Orleans, La. 

Whitaker's Southern Magazine. Columbia, Ga. 

Youth's Instructor. Washington. 

1853 

American Cotton Planter and the Soil of the South. Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Cotton Plant. Baltimore, Md. 

Facts for the People. Washington. 

Freewill Baptist Quarterly. Providence, R. I.; Dover, Del. 

Greennough's American Polytechnic Journal. A new monthly 
periodical of science, mechanic arts, and engineering. 
Washington; N. Y. C. 

Kentucky Garland. Covington, Ky. 

Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal. Baltimore, Md. 

Medical Society of Virginia. 

Memphis Journal of Medicine. Memphis, Tenn.; Holly 
Springs, Mo. 



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Metropolitan. A monthly magazine, devoted to religion, 
education, literature, and general information. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Mountain Cone Journal. Va. 

Park's Reform Medical and Family Journal. Lumpkin, Ga. 

People's Medical Gazette Abbeville, S. C. 

Roath's Monthly Magazine. Athens; Augusta, Ga. 

Seer. (Orson Pratt.) Washington; London. 

Self-Instructor. Charleston, S. C. 

Southern Agriculturist. Laurensville, S. C. 

Southern Baptist Messenger. Covington, Ga. 

Southern Boys and Girls Monthly. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Eclectic. A monthly magazine, composed of selec- 
tions from the leading periodicals of Europe, with original 
contributions from the pens of Southern writers. Augusta, 
Ga. 

Southern Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences. 
Knoxville; Nashville, Tenn. 

Southern School Journal. Columbus; Madison; Macon. 

Texas Agricultural Society. Austin, Tex. 

True Baptist. Jackson, Miss. 

Virginia State Agricultural Society. 

1854 

Arkansas Magazine. Little Rock, Ark. 

Coup d'Oeil. New Orleans, La. 

Delaware School Journal. Wilmington. 

Georgia Blister and Critic. Atlanta, Ga. 

Gospel Advocate. Nashville, Tenn. 

Masonic Signet. Atlanta, Ga. 

Masonic Signet and Journal. Marietta, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga. 

Middle States Medical Reformer. Mildford, Del.; etc. 

New Orleans Medical News and Hospital Gazette. New 
Orleans, La. 

New Orleans Noesis; or, Journal of Intellectual Amusement: 
Popular literature, science, and arts. New Orleans, La. 

Parlor Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 

Shaffner's Telegraph Companion. Devoted to the science 
and art of the Morse American Telegraph. N. Y.; Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Southern Episcopalian. Charleston, S. C. 

Virginia Historical Reporter. (Virginia Historical Reporter.) 
Richmond, Va. 

Western Teacher's Advocate. Louisville, Ky. 



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Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 

Washington; N. Y. 
Zion's Advocate. Washington. 

1855 

Acacia. Natchez, Miss. 

Agricultural and Commercial Journal. Nashville, Tenn. 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. Atlanta, Ga. 

Baptist Watchman. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Carolina Cultivator. Raleigh, N. C. 

Dental Obturator. New Orleans, La. 

Family Christian Album. Richmond, Va. 

Farmers' Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Fountain. Nashville, Tenn. 

Good Templar. Louisville, Ky. 

Home Circle. A monthly periodical devoted to religion and 

literature. Nashville, Tenn. 
Journal of Education. New Orleans, La. 
Journal of Education. (De Bow.) Washington. 
Kaleidoscope. Petersburg, Va. 

Kentucky State Horticultural Society. Frankfort, Ky. 
Knight of Jericho. Atlanta, Ga. 
Lotos. Memphis, Tenn. 
Message. Greensboro, N. C. 

North Carolina Christian Advocate. Greensboro. 
Presbyterian Critic. Baltimore; Philadelphia. 
Raleigh Christian Advocate. Raleigh, N. C. 
Southern Baptist Review and Eclectic. Nashville, Tenn. 
Southern Times. A literary weekly. Montgomery, Ala. 
Spectator. Washington, D. C. 
Sunday School Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 
Texas Baptist. Anderson. 
Young America. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

1856 

American Banner. Nashville, Tenn. 

Arator. Devoted to agriculture and its kindred arts. Ral- 
eigh, N. C. 

Christian Union. Atlanta, Ga.; Augusta, etc. 

Commission; or, Southern Baptist Missionary Magazine. 
Richmond, Va. 

Guigon Quarterly Law Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Jewish Ledger. New Orleans, La. 

Kentucky State Agricultural Society. Frankfort, Ky. 

Loge d'Opera. New Orleans, La. 



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Louisville Review. Louisville, Ky. 

Monthly Stethoscope and Medical Reporter. Richmond, Va. 

National Democratic Review. Washington. 

North Carolina Common School Journal. 

Principle. N. Y. ; Baltimore. 

Quarterly Law Journal. Richmond, Va. 

Sinai, ein organ fur erkenntniss und veredlung des Juden- 

thums. Baltimore, Md.; Philadelphia. 
South Carolina Agriculturist. Columbia, S. C. 
Southern Light. Edgefield, S. C. 
Southwestern School Journal. Louisville, Ky. 
Tennessee Farmer and Mechanic. Nashville, Tenn. 
Western Farm Journal. (Kentucky State Agricultural Society.) 

Louisville, Ky. 

1857 
Alabama Educational Journal. Devoted to the cause of 

human progress, education, science, literature, morality. 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Baptist Family Visitor. Nashville, Tenn. 
Catholic Youth's Magazine. Baltimore, Md. 
Christian Intelligencer. Charlottesville, Va. 
Delta. New Orleans, La. 
Educational Journal. Forsyth, Ga. 
Educational Journal. Montgomery, Ala. 
Educational Journal and Family Monthly. Atlanta, Ga. 
Elliott Society of Natural History. Charleston, S. C. 
Harper's Theatrical Bulletin. Nashville, Tenn. 
Mississippi Baptist. Jackson. 
Monitor. Baltimore, Md. 
Olive Branch. Atlanta, Ga. 
Parlor Magazine. Devoted to literature, science, and general 

intelligence. New Orleans, La. 
Pathological Society of Philadelphia. Wilmington, Del. 
Practicien Homeopathique. New Orleans, La. 
Russell's Magazine. Charleston, S. C. 
South. Richmond, Va. 
South Carolina Historical Society. 
Southern Aurora. Baton Rouge, La 
Southern Citizen. Knoxville, Tenn. 
Southern Dial. A monthly magazine devoted mainly to a 

discussion of African Slavery and the interests moral, 

social, and political which it involves. Montgomery, Ala. 
Spiritualiste de la Nouvelle-Orleans; echo mensuel. New 

Orleans, La. 



126 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

1858 

Alabama Educational Journal. Montgomery, Ala. 

Aurora. A Southern Literary Magazine. Murfreesboro; 
Memphis, Tenn. 

College Miscellany and Orphans Advocate. Covington, Ga. 

Dental Enterprise. Baltimore, Md. 

Diamond. Memphis, Tenn. 

Georgia Crusader. Penfield; Atlanta, Ga. 

Guardian. Louisville, Ky. 

Legislative Union and American. Nashville, Tenn. 

Maryland College of Pharmacy. Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland University — Pharmacy — Journal and Transac- 
tions. 

Medical Journal of North Carolina. (State Medical Society.) 
Eden ton; Raleigh. 

Nashville Medical Record. Nashville. 

North Carolina Journal of Education. Greensboro. 

North Carolina Planter. Devoted to Agriculture, Horticul- 
ture, and the Mechanic Arts. Raleigh, N. C. 

Presbyterian Standard. Charlotte, N. C. 

Savannah Journal of Medicine. Savannah, Ga. 

Southern Homestead. Nashville, Tenn. 

Steadman's Magazine. Raleigh, N. C. 

Temperance Monthly. McMinnville, Tenn.; Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Texas Freemason. Rusk, Tex. 

Texian Monthly. 

United States Agricultural Society. Washington. 

Weekly Press. New Orleans, La. 

Young's Spirit of South and Central America. A chronicle 
of the turf, field, sports, literature, and the stage. Nash- 
ville, Tenn.; Louisville, Ky. 



1859 

Courant. A Southern Literary Journal. Columbia, S. C. 

Educational Monthly. Louisville, Ky. 

Educator. Baltimore, Md. 

Family Journal. Baltimore, Md. 

Fly Leaf. Xewnan, Ga. 

Harris's Magazine. Louisville, Ky. 

Homoi'on. New Orleans, La. 

Journal de la Societe Medicale de la Nouvelle-Orleans. 

Kentucky Family Journal. Louisville, Ky. 



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Landmark Banner and Cherokee Baptist. Rome, Ga.; 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Literary Casket. Fayetteville, Ga. 
Louisville Medical Gazette. Louisville, Ky. 
Louisville Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. 
Masonic Messenger. New Orleans, La. 
Medical and Literary Weekly. Atlanta, Ga. 
Medical and Surgical Journal. Atlanta, Ga. 
Mirror. Baltimore, Md. 
Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. 
Music Advocate and Singer's Friend. Singer's Glen, Va. 
National Democratic Quarterly Review. Washington City. 
National Recorder of Religious and Literary Intelligence. 

Washington. 
Philidorian. Charleston, S. C. 
Progressionist. Newnan, Ga. 

Quidlibetarian. (Medfield Literary Society.) Medrield, Md. 
Rural Register. Baltimore, Md. 
Semi-Monthly Medical News. Louisville, Ky. 
South Countryman. Marietta, Ga. 
Southern Field and Fireside. Augusta, Ga. 
Southern Literary Companion. Newnan, Ga. 
Southern Teacher. Montgomery, Ala. 
Tennessee Journal of Education. Richmond, Va. 
Voice of Masonry. Louisville, Ky.; Chicago, 111. 
Washington Christian Advocate. Baltimore; etc. 
Weekly Magpie. Edgewood, Md. 

1860 

Arkansas Baptist. Little Rock, Ark. 

Church Intelligencer. Raleigh, N. C. 

Educational Repository and Family Monthly. (Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South. Educational Institute.) At- 
lanta, Ga. 

Georgia Gazette. A literary quarto. 

Georgia Medical and Surgical Encvclopedia. Sandersville, 
Ga. 

Historical Documents from the Old Dominion. Richmond, 
Va. 

Hygienic and Literary Magazine. Atlanta, Ga. 

Katholische Volkszeitung. Baltimore, Md. 

Literary Weekly. Greenville, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga. 

Louisville Medical Journal. Louisville, Ky. 

North Carolina Presbyterian. Fayetteville, N. C. 



128 SOUTHERN PERIODICALS 

Plantation. A Southern Journal. N. Y. and Eatonton, Ga. 

Presbyterian Witness. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Quarterly Law Review. Richmond, Va. 

Southern Dental Examiner. Atlanta, Ga. 

Southern Rural Magazine. Montgomery, Ala. 

Southerner. Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Virginia Register. Richmond, Va. 

Weishampel's Literary and Religious Magazine. Baltimore, 

Md. 
Youth's Monthly Magazine. Nashville, Tenn. 



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